Miramar by Pestana Hotel
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... by vines. On Sunday we drove along the coast, passing through a few small villages. The women were washing clothes in the rivers, spreading them out to dry in the dirt and even on the pavement. The men sat around in groups mending fishing netsand talking. For the first time we saw children playing, even a group of boys with bicycles made out of 2X4s.
But it was the housing that was so shocking. Virtually every tiny house is made of ...
... so.. Another day at sea. We did manage to cross the equator however, something we have not done by ship before. King Neptune ( aka the cruise director) granted us safe passage. The weather is indeed thundery with occasional showers, but it is gorgeously warm and dries up as soon as it stops ...
After surviving a plane crash... I managed to be alive and have my laptop working so I made this travelogue. I happened to land on an island called Drigger island, from all of what I see from where I am is a valley of mountains, a forest, past the forest is a huge clearing, and oh hey, a village, better get going, I`ll make another entry when I`m there...
When Hewlett Packard (HP West Africa)sought tranquility, fun and excitement for their clients (over 140 people), they consulted GOGE AFRICA for informed advise and consequently engaged GOGE AFRICA TOURS (GAT) to actualize the HP LIVE EVENT!
Sao Tome & Principe was chosen, a beautiful Island off the coast of West Africa. GAT in her usual tradition put together an exciting conference tour package.
Delegates and top HP officials ...
... amp;Principe,my 181th country! The archipelago was discovered by portuguese seafarer in 1469, a group headed by Joao de Santaren and Pedro Escobar, and first named after them.Portuguese settlers followed , they colonized the islands, with the help of slaves that they shipped here from Angola in order to work on the cacao- and coffee plantations as cheap workforce.There was less social unrest and revolutionary movements than in Angola and Mocambique,but still, the ...