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... parts of the country, fighting sporadically. Oil helped prop up Angola's wealth for a period of time even as the country was still divided by rebel held groups and government controlled areas. Luanda, Angola's capital, is still one of the most expensive cities in Africa despite being an extremely impoverished country. Today, in an odd twist of fate, many Portuguese are returning to both Mozambique and Angola due to economic ...
... was dispatched to Tripoli to bombard and blockade the port of Tripoli. When the Marine Anthem sings "… to the shores of Tripoli", this battle is remembered. On June 3, 1805, a peace treaty was signed aboard the USS Constitution which was the flagship of our navel expeditionary naval forces. After the treaty, America paid no more tribute to the pirates and our prisoners were return to us.
Although outmanned on the seas by the British Navy who sailed supreme ...
... to the station to get I guess a tram? It’s pretty much a rail system but apparently the “train” is something different - we were using something called the “MBTA” or the “T” for short. We went to a place called Dick’s for lunch, which was a restaurant where the waiters are intentional arseholes to you, and we were given paper hats with phrases written on them (mine was “cries during sex”, a couple of my ...
I was unable to go up to the top as it was closed due to yesterdays bombings so I walked back down to the river to catch a $3 ferry back to the city centre arriving near Customs house
... Nacht!!! Zzzzzz.... After another lovely lie in (even though I was woken up by the lesbians alarm at 8am while they were BOTH in the shower.... Together?... Maybe? Who knows!) we head for breakfast and then back to bed! Haha!!! All this sightseeing is tiring stuff! We finally drag ourselves out of the comfy beds and head for Boston Common and Park, hoping to go on the famous Swan Boats. Its a little windy and they're not open :( although the sun is shining and the trees in ...
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