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Dance vacation in Cape Verde

In October 2016 Louise & I joined a dance trip to Santa Maria in Sal, Cape Verde. Since we had fallen in love with Santa Maria in February last year, we decided to join the festival “Sabor a Cabo Verde”, organized by a Portuguese travel agency. 590 more words


The Drumming Women, As mulheres do batuque

Anyone interested in percussion, immigration, post-colonialism and/or women’s studies should check out this 1997 documentary about Cape Verdean women living in Portugal. 

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Cape Verde: Greenpeace Raises Awareness on the State Of Fisheries in West Africa

Water Journalists Africa
February 24, 2017

The Greenpeace ship – My Esperanza has today docked at the port of Praia in Cape Verde. For eleven weeks the Esperanza will sail the waters of six West Africa States – Cape Verde, Mauritania, Guinea Bissau, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Senegal to raise awareness on the state of fisheries through political events, public engagement and consultations with the West-African science community. 389 more words


Cabo Verde: Islands of Opportunity

Why Cape Verde is a place to start business? I´ll tell you…

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Cape Verde: Do We Ever Really Know Anyone?

I find it sad that there are many countries in this world with so few printed books, translated into English. Most of us should expand our horizon and explore literature from new (book) countries to us. 560 more words


A journey through the Cape Verdes.

A nasty gale came up on the second day out, we were caught napping, heads in the sky, eyes already looking to Cape Verde. Every dog has it’s day and every section of water can bare it’s teeth and make life uncomfortable for awhile. 2,122 more words


Menno's Last Days in Cabo

I was thinking of writing blogs again because my friend said he missed reading them. That’s all it takes for me really. I just need a slight push because I’m already on the edge of things. 513 more words