Pestana Sao Tome Ocean Resort
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... cobbled together and jammed up to the next shack. There is no plumbing and only electricity in the city. There are very few stores and even these are just in little shacks. It is so basic and so backward. Everyone seems to live outside. Women were cooking over open fires and braiding each other's hair. Pigs were snuffling around the garbage piles and wandering around. Chickens were always in danger of getting run over. And for the first time ...
Today was soo disappointing. We were supposed to visit Sao Tome, one of the islands in the country called Sao Tome and Principe ( smallest country ever?) . Apparently is is a beautiful tropical island. The port is very small and we had to anchor off. And unfortunately the seas were too choppy for ...
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...
... into the Island on a chartered flight accompanied by Goge Africa’s team. The reception at Sao Tome airport was heartwarming; besides the press, a traditional dance performance entertained to the delight of the delegates who took pictures while some joined in the dance.
As they arrived Pestana and Mirama Hotels, they had a welcome drink before settling down in their rooms just to grab enough rest before the gala night organized for ...
... of the portuguese governors became apparent in putting down bloody rebellions like on the 3rd of february 1953 when many locals were killed.Photos of this important event are still on display in the old Fort museum in SaoTome.In all corners of the country,there is still much evidence of the 500 year long portuguese presence,in form of colonial buildings, ancient plantation houses (some of them carefully renovated and used as pension houses for tourists) or the number ...