Travel Blogs from Malabo
... Malabo, and I really wanted to see it up close. Our tourism permit includes Pico Basille up to the military zones on the mountain. No one we talked to had ever tries to hike there to advise us where to go, but I was feeling determined to figure it out. I should note that by this point in the trip, "determined" is more like a mild optimism. I should probably rephrase that to, "I was feeling like things might not work out at all, but I wanted to ...
... during the rainy season. As we pass these neighborhoods we see people cooking over coal fires, washing clothes with water from the streams, some people are washing themselves with buckets of stream water, while others step outside their back doors to urinate in the dirt. Many people set up small businesses from their porches. They sell food, clothing, shoes, and small household goods. Many shops sell cellphone minutes. Almost everyone has a cell phone to communicate. ...
... her to pick it up, she did not. Later I asked her did everyone just throw trash on the floor? "Yes"
He explains the Spanish conquest which occurred about 200 years ago, we hear about how the Spanish assassinated the tribal kings and enforced laws about Spanish being the official language of communication and Catholicism being the official religion. He patiently answers our questions and gives us more information about the Bubi tribe. We learn that while ...
... Amid the loud music the kids were all dressed in their trendiest outfits slyly vying for attention in the coolest way possible. A few were sneaking a smoke behind the empty guard building, while others flirted, showed off enjoyed attending a concert and being young. However, unlike a few US teen events that I've been to, there was no cause for security, everyone was just having a good time, trouble free. It felt good to see a crowd of Black kids not perpetuating the ...
... orange tops and navy blue slacks. This school, like most, has 2 different sessions each day. One set of students attend from 8-12 and a new group comes from 1-5, we were invited to come at 1 when the 2nd session began.
The kids will be out for the summer in 2 more weeks, and many classes were taking final exams which consisted of the teacher asking verbal questions and the students writing their answers out on notebook paper. They all worked ...
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