WE MADE IT! 💪🏼💪🏼💃💃
Welcome to Angola 🇦🇴! Country number 150 or our journey to #visiteverycountry in the world!
Ok this was a close one. Our flight was delayed so we got to Luanda airport just before midnight. We proceeded to the Evisa section and everything was going smooth - we paid our $120 fee and handed over our passport. They were not happy with Rach’s 64 page full passport but Rach showed them the 2 spare pages and he hesitantly placed the visa sticker in the passport with a lecture. Then it was Marty’s turn ... the page with the accidental stamp from Benin - the guy there who went on stamping rampage and then tried to resolve it by cancelling them with stamping them across 😳 was not acceptable. So there really was that only page left - which is reserved for the issuing authorities. It took almost an hour - we were the last people at the airport by now 🙈. We pleaded and tried to explain that we have been trying to save pages but the immigration officers across Africa just stamp them regardless. Eventually we showed the photo of the sticker “Please don’t stamp - Angola Visa” placed across my empty page that was stamped in Equatorial Guinea. This helped as the really nice man found some sympathy with our struggle. We are also leaving Africa from Angola to get new passports back in Europe as the Game Is Over - the passports are full!
Watching the visa sticker being placed in our passport was such a relief. So here we are - happy with our final visa and our final country of this leg - we think 150 is a great number to take a short break! What do you think?
O astro angolano, regressou ao trabalho , e ira dar vida ao personagem Danilo da “ TVI” na novela que faz sucesso no horário nobre da TVI “Está a ser uma experiência boa ,nunca tinha feito um personagem do género na situação em que vive, mas o mais importante da personagem é que transmite uma mensagem bastante educativa” disse Fredy Costa.
De acordo com o site da TVI , Danilo é o companheiro de cela do pai de João Maria e terá a sua primeira aparição nesta semana de 8 a 14 de fevereiro .
Ushafa Village in Abuja Nigeria now abandoned pottery centre is popularly known as Clinton Village, following a visit from Bill Clinton in 2000. The women who make the clay pots are also the ones in charge of the centre and are incredibly talented and each of the pots one crafted to perfection. If you ever find yourself in Abuja and are itching to go an adventure, why not venture to Ushafa Village. The scenery on the way there is breathtaking! Literally! ・