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This is an amazing and relaxing hotel to stay while on holidays
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... by the Russians. There were many people working there, doing god knows what, who were very loath to let us in. Many of our support tam had not been there before and were more interested than us!
The people we saw in Luanda all seemed to be pretty well off, for a developing nation. The officials at the Mausoleum for instance were all in sharp suits and ties, as were many people on the streets. Other people on the streets were also smartly dressed, and I saw only a few ...
... because it was not safe...and literature was hard to come by..some months they said they would place nothing the next month they would place 300 mags and books..we have it so easy..they came to the branch 6 years ago...now they are in a hall that was formed a year ago with 90 pub. they have 300 in attendance every week. 15 people a day get baptized here..7% growth last year. we had the privilege of being there for the first ...
... Perhaps tat is a little strong but I just want to shy away from the temptation of being attracted to these material trappings. To each their own!
I got up early this morning and did some more washing. It was quiet at the car park which has been our home, the last couple of nights. At lunch time, Maria and I went nearby to have a kind of Sunday lunch by the side of the road. Roast beef, coleslaw and a fried egg. Just ...
... words of a famous Afrikaans philosopher ( I think there was only one) who said “ No condition is permanent”. We should all do well to remember that since it is as applicable to life, as it is to driving through Angola. It sees you through the depression ...
... we unpacked everything, we put our suits on and headed immediately for the beach. It was your typical beach trip: we lounged around, soaked up the rays, and drank rum and coke as well as some beers. For dinner, we cooked up a feast... a big old turkey accompanied by a potato casserole my English friend made as well as a Venezuelan salad. Before midnight, we headed northern part of the Island ('bout a 15min walk) to view the fireworks display from Luanda ...
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