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Travel Blogs from Luanda
... of Luanda. The city is perched
along the Atlantic coastline offering you not only some of the most gorgeous
beaches that you will ever have laid your eyes upon but also the perfect
glimpse of everything that this dazzling city has to offer. so whether you're
looking to soak up in the warm waters of the ocean at the pristine white sandy
beaches, exploring Angola's exotic culture, or touring the country's
fascinatingly intriguing museums, the ...
... is unbelievable. it is very very simple. metal roof with no sides..the stage is concrete blocks..power runs off a generator..the seat are like pews..they are concrete and wood. steve didn't get past the last row before the brother had him signed up for a public talk..next sunday! they are so excited to have our help...its still a group but in nov they will be made a congregation. sheena is a super easy name for them ...
... the harbour and avenida 4 de fevreiro were brand new (due to be inaugurated next month). The lawns and beds were pristinely manicured. Some benches even still had the plastic wrappers on them!
The fish plopped in the bay water nearby. I arrived at the imposing Banco National de Angola building. The streets were quiet and no shops or offices were open. I wandered through the streets and up the steep hills of Luanda's city centre.
The odd person walked ...
Down the coast road. Pretty rough for 200km but once on the main road just before Luanda it was all go again. Dropped the police escort when we got out of the province of Zaire.
Did i say the north part was sparcely populated. Well this part ...
... br> But apart from what we saw out of the car window we had no time to stop and imbibe the culture as we were determined to beat the 5 day deadline. Very soon it became like some sort of challenge for Jeremy Clarkson, as we had to make something like 400k per day ...