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DAMN!!!!!!!!! What's happened with my country!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Essas tuas ultimas foto matt desculpa mas nao parece mesmo Angola que eu conheço!!
 

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Angola looks more and more like Brazil each day. In SP people also vacate the city at weekends to nearby beach towns. I can imagine in a city so congested it must be nice to escape.
 

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Angola looks more and more like Brazil each day. In SP people also vacate the city at weekends to nearby beach towns. I can imagine in a city so congested it must be nice to escape.
At the weekend's things change a little except on the beaches, because people preffer to go out of the city, the problem is to go back to Luanda in the evening, very huge traffic jam, i experienced that 2 years ago when i was there.
 

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DAMN!!!!!!!!! What's happened with my country!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Essas tuas ultimas foto matt desculpa mas nao parece mesmo Angola que eu conheço!!
The liitle word PEACE. Places like thesE could have mushroomed from 1975 onwards if YOUR country didn´t end up in a SENSELESS full-blown war. NOW WE HAVE 2013!
 

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Matt. These rants have been going on for several years. Get over it. Most of the Angolans have so so should you.
Oh come on!

Only your ignorance can say such a thing but I am used to that, anything else would have taken me by surprise. How can a country which was savagely run over by Africa´s most brutal and longest civil war could have come over it by now? Just a mere 10 years after the war ended.
Especially if one takes into account that almost every Angolan knows someone who lost his life or got amputated in that damn fucking bloody war.

And it is clear that Angola could be leaps and bounds ahead if its infrastructure didn´t get destroyed. A lot could have been better than it currently is. The reconstruction of the country (which is still ongoing) has already swallowed up $150 billion US dollars; money that could have been spent more wisely than rebuilding a country after a senseless war.
 

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Back to the topic of the thread NOW






on ilha





Beautiful girl .. the blogger took the pic of her on the ilha







7-04-2013 13:16

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Requalificação da Ilha do Cabo satisfaz citatinos em Luanda


Luanda - Cidadãos nacionais e estrangeiros manifestaram-se hoje (sábado) satisfeitos com os trabalhos de requalificação da Ilha do Cabo, no distrito urbano da Ingombota, em Luanda.

Em declarações à Angop, os moradores da zona e visitantes foram unânimes em afirmar que as obras que decorrem há dois anos estão a dar uma melhor imagem a zona turística da Ilha.

O coordenador da comissão de moradores da Ilha do Cabo, José Manuel Afonso sublinhou que as obras vão atrair mais turistas, além de melhorar a actividade comercial na região.

Para aquele responsável, os trabalhos em curso mostram o empenho do Executivo da província em materializar o seu programa de melhoria e embelezamento de Luanda.

Já Sandra Macedo, frequentadora da Ilha, é de opinião que a acção está a surtir efeito e defendeu maior colaboração dos munícipes na conservação dos espaços reabilitados.

Para Carlos Mendes, de nacionalidade portuguesa, os frequentadores da circunscrição e moradores devem jogar um papel importante na consciencialização sobre a higiene e preservação dos bens a sua disposição.

Pelo mesmo motivo, João Mercedez, de nacionalidade cubana, pediu maior colaboração dos munícipes no esforço que está a ser feito pelo Executivo para tornar o local mas atractivo.
http://www.portalangop.co.ao/motix/pt_pt/especiais/reconstrucao-nacional/2013/3/17/Requalificacao-Ilha-Cabo-satisfaz-citatinos-Luanda,5c04f8a9-9ffc-4a6a-ae36-6c310f7c8195.html

Another new hotel project for the ilha







AO ILHA Location A 100 key Hotel on Ilha in Luanda, Angola with pool terrace and rooftop Martini Bar capturing views to the city. Inner suites are arranged around a landscaped courtyard and external facing suites have views of the harbour and sea.
 

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Matt. These rants have been going on for several years. Get over it. Most of the Angolans have so so should you.
Agreed. Besides, much could have been done during the war, which was/is used as a pretext.
 

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Agreed. Besides, much could have been done during the war, which was/is used as a pretext.
Yes, I do perfectly agree. That´s why nations throughout the world developed so marvelously well during wartime! Empirical evidence abounds to back up the claim.



The 27-year war can be divided roughly into three periods of major fighting – between 1975 and 1991, 1992 and 1994, and 1998 and 2002 – broken up by fragile periods of peace. More than 500,000 people had been killed and over one million internally displaced. The war devastated Angola's infrastructure, and dealt severe damage to the nation's public administration, economic enterprises, and religious institutions.
 

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Quem sabe se a floresta na ilha de Luanda ja esta pronto? no inicio do projecto da requalificacao total da ilha, eles dizeram que a floresta tambem seria transformado num local de bbq etc. Antes da guerra a floresta era uma area de lazer mais porqausa da guerra aquilo se tranformo num local aonde os refugiados ficaram.
 
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