After crossing that river I entered Albina, a poor village on the river bank. I had to stay there for one night because the insurance broker was closed and without the insurance paper the customs would not give me the clearance.
The next day I arrived in Paramaribu, after a 150km ride on a asphalted road that looked like it has been bombed or similar. This caused the rear storage lid to open and fall, being subsequently lost 🙁
In Paramaribu I approached several freight forwarders asking for quotes for shipping Palomina to USA. The most convenient solution I found to be with Surinam Airways Cargo, which charges around US$5/kg for freight to Miami. Now the problem is that Surinam Airways only accepts payment in US$ and there are no US$ to be found in Paramaribu (and I looked at banks, exchange houses, even casinos). Now I am waiting for the money to be wired so I can pay.
The flight will be Tuesday so in the meantime I have some time to check out the surroundings.