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- Angola OverlandIt is notoriously difficult to obtain a visa for Angola, especially if you are not applying in your country of residence. We got our visas in Johannesburg, but only through connections. Then we drove overland to enter Angola at the Posted by LuxuryRogue in Gentleman Adventurer | Sep 20, 2010
- Fixing A Hole On the 16th of July we entered Angola via Lufu and eventually made it to M’Banza for a lunch stop. The Angolan people were noticeably distinctive and attractive, with clear evidence of Portuguese influence in their striking kohl-black almond Posted by binderblog in [Into and] Out of Africa | Dec 5, 2009
- Jenman African Safaris and my Angolan 4x4 Expedition My husband and I Travelled to Angola on the Jenman Safaris Angolan 4x4 Expedition in May 2009, we heard about Jenman Safaris from a friend that had previously done one of their African tours. We visited the Iona National Park, Posted by NickyJ30 in my Angolan 4x4 Expedition with Jenman | Sep 10, 2009
- Angola pt 2Well the flight on what could only be described as "well used" aircraft went by quite quickly. I managed to get a seat beside a French guy with a sense of humour. So, we spent most of the trip taking Posted by Jase007 in Africa - here we come | Oct 6, 2007
- Getting on siteOk, well there are some perks to the job. This time it happens to allow me to experience West Africa a bit and get paid for doing it.
The first hurdle was getting a visa, Angola isn't the easiest of places Posted by Jase007 in Africa - here we come | Oct 6, 2007
- WorkI haven’t written much about work because I’m not really sure what I’m doing. For the first week I did a lot of reading. I came in wanting to be able to help the WFP office in whatever Posted by hsustyle in Round the World in 48 Days | Jun 21, 2006
- New thingsThis weekend I had a whole new set of new experiences. On Saturday, Arlete, a friend of hers, and I, headed south of Luanda to a town that has an artisan market. There were lots of statues and Posted by hsustyle in Round the World in 48 Days | Jun 19, 2006
- Is plastic wrap edible for some species?Arlete lives in an unpaved, dirt area off a main road. (Many areas in the city are unpaved or poorly paved.) The houses vary in size and quality. Some houses are made of cement like Arlete’s while Posted by hsustyle in Round the World in 48 Days | Jun 17, 2006
- On the random lack of electricityOn Saturday we went to Arlete’s friend’s house where she needed to work on a group project. I studied my WFP documents and Portuguese, but after about an hour, the lights went out. It was obvious that everyone Posted by hsustyle in Round the World in 48 Days | Jun 15, 2006
- No Portuguese, no problemWhen I left work on Friday, I thought that I would have nothing to do but sit around the house all weekend. But I ended up having a great time.
I did study a lot of Portuguese, but also got Posted by hsustyle in Round the World in 48 Days | Jun 13, 2006
- Apologies for the lagApologies that I’ve been so bad with the blog. It’s a bit of a problem when I don’t have email at home and didn’t bring anything to carry documents from home to work… I tried to update last Posted by hsustyle in Round the World in 48 Days | Jun 21, 2006
- Sorry I haven't written...I try to write entries at home and then take them to work, but my floppy stopped working...
Anyway, this article (http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/16/world/africa/16cholera.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1)was in the NY Times last week. Gives a pretty a Posted by hsustyle in Round the World in 48 Days | Jun 19, 2006
- Finally in Angola!After about 4 hours of sleep, I had to get up to get back on the bus back to the airport. There, my experience with TAP was not much better than the night before. There was much more Posted by hsustyle in Round the World in 48 Days | Jun 10, 2006