World’s Most Dangerous Roads: Deadliest Journeys in Suriname 2015

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It is difficult to find Suriname on a map. Suriname is found at the heart of the Amazon: a country of jungle. At 163,000km2, it is a sixth of the size of France, covered in dense, green forest. There are few roads and some tracks and large rivers: floating motorways where canoes serve as cars and trucks. To travel from one village to another, you don’t hit the road, you take the river… And its temperamental waters. We follow Pedro and his wife, gold miners, who must risk their lives navigating the unpredictable waters, while keeping hold of all the supplies they need, to spend the next 2 months in the gold mines. A dangerous commute to work.

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