How do you judge the worthiness of a country for a visit? Is it through the infrastructures, their race, how pricey and authentic their goods are, their ability to speak English or the presence if a good transportation system? It pains me when I hear people judge other countries just because of these things. I admit I was guilty of that but after having exposed myself for three years in South America, I learned to appreciate every little things and find beauty in it. I lived in Suriname and most people I meet don't even know that a country with that name exist. Those people who knew about the country would be in shock when they I say I live and work there and would ask me if I am a missionary. Suriname or some other countries (especially the third-world countries) may not be as beautiful or progressive as the others but every country in this world is still worthy of everyone's attention. Everything that exists and stands in its soil have a story to tell.
Did you knkw that?
Surinamese people love their birds so much that they will bring them wherever they go - at work, at the mall or at the bank. They treat them like their sweethearts. Aw, isn't that sweet?
They throw out a party even for the first haircut of their child. That's a very unique idea, isn't it? I'll try that one out someday.
You'll always find a mortar and a pestle in every Hindustani's kitchen. They love to enliven the flavors of their dishes.
You'll eat with your hands in McDonalds and oh don't forget to clean up and throw your trash after eating.
You'll find a mosque and a Jewish church standing side-by-side.
Boats are still one of their main transportation modes aside from the taxis and buses. Just get prepared to be wet or burned. But it is fun! #photooftheday#travelgram#instatravel#instapassport#exploremore#travelawesome#passionpassport#beautifuldestinations#travel#ilovetravel#wonderful_places#letsgosomewhere#welivetoexplore#exploreeverything#neverstopexploring#travel#ilovetravel#wonderful_places#letsgosomewhere#welivetoexplore#exploreeverything#neverstopexploring#traveladdict#travelphotography#travellife#travelblogger#travelblog#theglobewanderer