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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...
... by 9am the next morning. Information Technology was at the top on the conference agenda as it was the reason for the occasion.
Yet the presence of the Prime Minister of Sao Tome and Principe that morning was very inspiring and greatly appreciated by HP and the delegates most of whom were from the banking, IT, telecom, oil & gas sectors around the globe.
He gave a remarkable opening speech before taking his leave.
It was ...
... After 80km, I reach the village of Porto Alegre, it was a 3 hours drive, the road partially in catastrophic condition. Quite near is the most idylic beach of Sao Tome, the photogenic "Praia Jale", a deserted stripe of golden sandy beach, in the southwest corner of the island.Fortunately, there are a few simple cottages here for 25 euros a day, no electricity, just like in Goa or in Boracay 30 years ago.More luxurious is the nearby "Pestana Equador" hotel (the pool is ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking