Feeling much better
Loc: Awala/ Yalimapo or Les Hattes
I think this was the second time I read the long slip of my antibiotics medicine against “upper and lower throat diseases”, but the same antibiotics was also killing at the same time many other problems including diarrhea and sexual transmitted diseases. Neither of the latter I was suffering from, and only from reading the possible bad things this antibiotics may cause also I again refrained from taking it.I trust my body repairing itself, just give it a bit of rest of non-constant wetness and drafts. So I am feeling well again tonight, very few coughing or sneezing, and full of energy to go tomorrow.
I have filled up with water, food I still have enough, just my simple gas burner decided to rust off the distributor head. But I tried it and realized I could put the broken off head on only lose also and it works all right with the regular widespread flame. Sure I need to try to get a new burner in Cayenne, or a different type of gas cans as I do carry another type of burner. I should have dumped this old one already in Paramaribo and switched back to my loved tiny Snowpeak burner with the in Paramaribo readily available screw on cans! I am hoping I get some matching equipment in Cayenne then.
The day was long with not much happening, a few tourists populated the beach area, some nice chats, and at night they announced the “Carnival” will come… they came, a handful of musicians with drums and people, maybe 15, turning already around before the dead end of the beach road where I was camped. They now seem to have a party at at the other end of the village, but obviously the native people are not too keen in this sort of entertainment. Well, me neither… my last year’s Carnival was in Tumaco in Colombia, and the bigger one in Cayenne may already be over when I arrive there in maybe about 8 days. Next year? I am hoping to be either already done, or at the end of Brazil/ Uruguay…