Travel Blogs from Malabo
... and he was in his element on the mountain. This guy pointed out trees, animal prints, giant land snails, and a willing answerer of any questions we came up with about the country in general as we walked. One interesting tidbit came up when I asked him about his family. He tells me he has a wife and kids. "How many?", I ask. "How many wives?" He clarifies, "just one". Polygamy is alive and well in Equatorial Guinea, folks. Back to the ...
... waste into a dumpster is a relatively new practice, many streets & sidewalks still have a noticeable amount of liter. In the past few days we have seen drastic improvements in the aesthetics of the city, especially in the neglected downtown. Equatorial Guinea is hosting the African Union during the next week. Dignitaries, presidents, kings, and press from all over Africa have arrived in Malabo. The department of infrastructure assigned chores to citizens ...
... Rosa walked us to the church where we were to wait for a passing taxi. While we waited we played more games including “one potato, two potato” and “hot potato” with my umbrella. We also played 4 corners and red light, green light. Rosa even got in on the fun! It was so cute. It looked like she was having as much fun as the kids. A couple more students from the school, Consuelo & Deogracias, joined in on the fun. We played and chatted until it was time to ...
... behind the counter told us that they haven't begun the program yet, but that if we returned on Saturday morning the chef would talk to us. On Saturday the cafe worker first told us that they would offer a 3 month class for $150, we explained that we were only in the country for a short time and we really wanted something quicker, just to get an idea of a few traditional dishes. He talk to the chef again and came back with a week long program for $30. Unfortunately, we ...
... The students also talked about the subjects that they learned at school. Many are similar; natural sciences, math, language/Spanish, social sciences, physical education, arts (i.e. music and drawing), a foreign language (most often French or English) and religion. The teaching of religion was pretty interesting to me as its been a subject in every school that we'd visited after this one.
After the visit, Timoteo and Matias, one of the sponsors ...
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