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... transported to other countries.As we walked around this old city a group of school children were being taught about their history but not before stopping for a photo.Back in our little buses to our final destination where we walked down one of the oldest inhabited streets in Praia - you could imagine just how life must have been all those years ago and still people live in the very small houses with their shuttered windows and thatched roofs made from sugar cane and ...
... for ships headed across the Atlantic ocean. Not much call for a coaling station any longer so they are trying to establish a tourism industry, among other things. Their official language is Portugese but they speak Creole amongst themselves.
Many people emigrated from Cape Verde during tough economic times and now there are more Cape Verdeans living outside of Cape Verde than in the country. There is a large group of Cape Verdeans living in New ...
It was our last day of the cruise. The temperature felt slightly colder than the day before, which gave us free choice on the deckchairs again.
Before dinner it was time to pack our luggage. Luckily we didn't buy too many souvenirs so everything fit. After dinner we went to the theater to see the show ensemble perform one last time and then went up to the pooldeck for the farewell poolparty, before grabbing one last drink in the Anytime ...
Today was just another day at sea. And yet, when I got to the pooldeck in the morning, it was different. There were quite a few free deckchairs. The temperatures had gone slightly down (still 22 degrees celcius) and we had strong winds. Covered in towels and blankets it was still nice to lay on the pooldeck and we still managed to get sunburned…
In the evening we had a full program. First, the show ensemble presented their show "Es ...
... what he was showing us and got an idea of the island.
Rainy season on the island is from August to November, so at the moment everything is dry and I don't have too many nice things to say. There is a lot of poverty and you see trash laying around everywhere. Tourism on the island is only starting.
We met 2 Swiss tourists that are doing a 2 ...
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