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Anne Morrow Lindbergh, on a wind-blown rock out in the Atlantic Ocean somewhere off Africa, looks back at Tingmissartoq and at Charles

The book came together rapidly now. And, day by day, as it grew in size, it grew, more importantly, in mastery too. Its engine no longer sputtered, it generated real thrust and an ever-more-evident potential to roar. 578 more words

Restoring victim's confidence in pensions

The confidence I have in pensions is because I know the people who are at the helm give a damn. I am lucky, I can bump into them in all kinds of ways. 1,061 more words


A (strange) Twist of Fate...

You know it’s strange how if two people visit the exact same place at the exact same time they won’t have the same experience or see the same things. 1,054 more words


Santo Antao Island, Cape Verde: Made for Hikers

We ride up a snaking cobblestone road that separates many fertile valleys, canyons, and Ribeiras of Santo Antao Island.

The town of Ribeira Grande is the gateway to the island’s Gothic-like volcanic peaks. 541 more words


From Rolling with it to Dancing with it in Mindelo, Sao Vicente

We expect difficult travel in West Africa. Here in Cape Verde, which we call “West Africa Light,” (click on previous posts Ghana, Togo, … 529 more words


Hiking Pico de Fogo, Cape Verde West Africa

fter roaming around the laid-back island town of Sao Filipe, Fogo Island, we hop into a Collectivo for a twisty, crowded ride with many stops. 691 more words


Spain and Cape Verde sign double taxation agreement

Spain and Cape Verde signed a double tax agreement on 05 June 2017. The agreement provides for tax treatment appropriate to the circumstances of taxpayers carrying out activities at the international level, providing a framework of legal and fiscal security that fosters economic exchanges between the two countries and facilitates cooperation between the respective tax authorities. 31 more words