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- Shuttle bus service
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I have been on many an escorted tour in my time, but Lauanda wins the all time prize, and has moved 'escorted' to another level.
We docked at Luanda early this morning. It is tropical so weather is gorgeously warm if slightly overcast. The port is quite large and surround with hills that are plastered with low level housing and townships. The centre has some modern high rise that we can see. The harbour is full of cargo ships, and some thirty or fourty more of them anchored ...
When I got over to the domestic terminal, they said my name wasn't on the list for the domestic flight. They said not to worry. They took my passport to the office and said they would get me on the flight to Cabinda.
They came back and I was able to get a ticket. While I was waiting in the lounge, I noticed I was on the afternoon flight and not the morning flight. I really didn't ...
... kinda a cliff to it..on top were house, all the way down the side of the cliff was trash..like a dump would be. yuk!
this week we have been painting the door frames..last coat tomorrow!!! Tuesday night we went to our house keepers room..they also sit at our table for morning worship. their names are ruth and arron. they had to single brothers over..victor and simon..simon is a hoot..he loves us! we were showing them pictures of us..and steve showed the face swap one..they loved ...
the kingdom hall is right on bethel property...our first meeting tonight! we understood nothing..all portegese. but we made it through. lots of kids. they said it was a special hall because it has walls..most of the other halls are just a roof and benches. after that ...
... breakfast of cold cuts, bread and coffee.
We chatted for a while about Luanda and Angola in more general terms. I got to know more about the family and its history.
Mid morning, Aiuka and I went out into the suburbs of Luanda. What struck me immediately is how much building is taking place not only in the city centre but also outside. Huge estates (or condominium) dotted the suburban landscapes. This was the land ...