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... she is selling
salad! A girl in front of the market gates, has a basket full of
colorful socks and girls underwear.
Inside the market, there is a rhythm.
It is like a perfect choreography of colors and sights. A mother
with her baby on her back reached out for three papayas and handed
her escudos to the vendor. In front ...
... this is where the slave trade was run from. Apparently on the other islands people have more European in their looks.
The Portuguese settled on the 'plateau' , a small table mountain type area where all the colonial houses were built and to a great extent remain. We had a walking tour of this mini city. Pretty houses, grand mansions, busy squares, a market full of the ...
Praia is in Cape Verde, a volcanic archipelago of ten islands and five islets and was a Portuguese territory until independence in 1975. Cape Verde has tragic history having been exploited from all corners of the Atlantic but now is self governing and has a hopeful future. In consequence the cultural mix is extraordinary and the people are very proud of their musical traditions.We took a tour called Historical Praia & Cidade Velha (The oldest settlement in the Cape ...
... was already pretty crowded so we perched on bar stools at the bar and I passed time time before the start of the quiz with my kumihimo. A number of people, out of curiosity, asked what I was doing, so I showed them how the 16 threads came together into a braid. I promised the little barmaid, Emma, that I would make a bracelet for her.
The deputy cruise director, Jamie, gave out the quiz papers and we were soon joined ...
... rum” is too grand a description for it; it was more like bootleg hooch.
Off we went again and the dual carriageway gave way to single track roads which twisted and turned, often with hairpin bends. It was quite disconcerting at times but our driver Marcelino drove slowly and carefully, so unless you were afraid of heights it wasn’t too scary. From time to time we stopped to admire the impressive views. We also saw egrets ...