Angola

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Bradt Travel Guides, Jan 26, 2010 - Travel - 280 pages
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Angola has no Starbucks or McDonald’s, and there’s only one functioning escalator in the whole country. It’s no destination for beginners: only seven years have passed since the country emerged from three decades of armed struggle and there are few tourist facilities. But for the adventurous, Angola offers over hundreds of miles of unspoilt beaches, excellent fishing, surfing, tropical forests and magnificent bird life. Bradt’s Angola covers Luanda, the capital city, the country’s 18 provinces, and the best of the beaches and rainforests. The first-ever English-language guidebook to the country, it’s essential reading for business travelers and pioneering adventurers alike.
 

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Contents

Background Information
3
Chapter
18
Practical information
39
Luanda
99
Bengo Province
150
Kwanza Norte Province
156
Kwanza Sul Province
159
PART FOUR NORTHERN PROVINCES
165
Cabinda Province
177
Benguela Province
188
Namibe Province
200
Huila Province
208
Cunene Province
219
Bie Province
231
Lunda Sul and Lunda Norte provinces
250
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Mike Stead has lived since 2007 in Angola, where he works for the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Sean Rorison is a Canadian writer best known for his writing in the Chicago-based periodical Sobaka. He's author of Bradt's Congo.

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