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Wow! Wow! ….and more wow!! That is the only way I can describe one of the most incredible adventures I have ever been on…and that is saying a lot coming from me. In fact, I can declare that this trip was in the top 5 of any I have ever undertaken!
It started out with the Draco Winter Storm that shut down Chicago airports the night before we left. Snow and hurricane force winds wreaked havoc across the Midwest. Mostly, the name given to that storm that just happened to strike before we left is very intriguing! Yet, with mental work and Oversoul, we awoke the next morning and with the assistance of the assistant Sheriff, made it safely to O’Hare Airport and went to NYC.
In NY, we had a wonderful time with my older boys. The youngest of the 3, leases private jets to corporations and famous private individuals. He took us to his hangar in Westhampton Beach where he took us aboard a couple of the amazing jets that I hope to own one day!
Then, it was time to climb aboard Caribbean Airlines to Trinidad. On the way, we had great views of the Bahamas, St. Vincent, Granada and Tobago. Finally, we arrived in steamy Port of Spain, Trinidad. There, we had 7 hours to spend, so we arranged for an island tour. We went up and down mountains in a van and saw beautiful beaches and villages. We went to a coffee and cocoa plantation, which was very interesting. Port of Spain does not have much. We also saw a lot of naked drunks just lying on the sidewalks. Well, at least they can’t freeze to death. Was sad to see such unhappiness in a paradise.
Then we continued on to Paramaribo, Suriname. As soon as we landed, the energy felt good. We were uplifted and excited, even though it was the middle of the night. We stayed in a Courtyard Marriott which is only 4 years old. Rumors in town claim that the building is haunted by the spirit of a woman. We did not see her, but I did get mysteriously stuck in the elevator for a few minutes and weird symbols came up on the electric monitor that tells you what floor you are on.
Paramaribo has the oldest synagogue in the Western World. It is next to a Mosque. Suriname has every race and culture all mixed together with no problems. The rest of the world can learn from this. Suriname is not used to tourists, so, there is an issue with getting proper service. Waiting hours for a meal to be served is not uncommon. However, everyone is very friendly and tries to be helpful. They just need more experience.
Over 95% of Suriname is jungle. There are only 500,000 people in the entire country. The language is Dutch, but spoken with a mix of many other languages and dialects. In the south of the country, a cave was discovered with carved rock symbols. Seems to be related to KBA and Wingmakers. I will discuss this more on the member’s side. There is a mountain where aircraft can only take off and land at certain times, otherwise, they disappear. Again, I will discuss the fascinating mysteries on the Member’s side and OMG.
We went on by small dugout canoe to French Guiana where the European Space Agency has a launch site. I liked the energy here and the natural ambiance is unlike anywhere else in the world. The food is all pure and the water is clean. We did get strange bug bites and caught some sort of lung issue in the jungle.
Crossing back into Suriname we passed native villages of both Amerindians and Maroons–black slaves who escaped centuries ago and formed their own tribes in the jungles. We loved the countryside and will come back again to explore the caves, energy sites and healing plants.
Crossing through Guyana and Venezuela, we arrived in Curacao for a quick stop. We continues on with a brief stop in Bonaire–Flamingo Airport–and then on to beautiful Aruba! The island is gorgeous and the food is even more incredible. Everything is slow, no rush. It is only 13 miles/ 21 km from Venezuela. It is a small island, yet with many variations in landscape and water conditions. The western side is calm and tropical, very lush. The eastern side is a desert-like volcanic rock filled terrain with very rough ocean waters.
We were sad to leave Aruba, but had an interesting trip to Miami with great air views of Haiti, Turks and Caicos and the Everglades. What a trip! Miami is always beautiful and the food is great. We stayed 1 night, then flew to Atlanta and transferred to our last flight to Chicago. Driving home in the cold and snowy landscape was a sharp contrast to where we had been.
The fellow adventurers who joined us were wonderful and we all learned a lot and shared fantastic info. The pieces of the puzzle came together for us, both personally and for the Earth. We now know who and what we are and what we must do. Suriname pulled it all together–as I knew it would.