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Segment 1
SANDY

Welcome to our
second show in
Angola, Africa.
Segment 2
JERRY BIRD
Editor/Publisher of Africa Travel Association Magazine
Segment 3
ROBERT ELITS
The Official Photographer of Africa Travel Association (ATA)
Segment 4
His Excellency
EDUARDO CHINGUNJI

Minister for Hotels and Tourism, Angola

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Segment 5
TERRY LEONARD
Foreign Correspondent for Associated Press Southern Africa
Segment 6
SANDY
Adventures in Travel Expo
Segment 7
GEORGE D'ANGELO
Attorney at Law
Member of the Finance Committee for ATA
Segment 8
JO
γO  REIS
Owner of Historic Lisbon Apartment
 
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Segment 9
CHIEF MARGARET BOLA FABIYI
Cultural Initiator for Nigeria
 
Segment 10
LANCE BAILEY

Architect and Urban Developer
Segment 11
DR. GAYNELLE
HENDERSON BAILEY, Ph.D.

First Vice President of ATA (Africa Travel Association)
Segment 12
SANDY

Conclusion to
our journey to
Angola, Africa
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 SEGMENT 1



 
Celebrating Travel with Sandy Dhuyvetter
Welcome to our second broadcast  from Angola, Africa.  This has been my first trip to Africa and I must say that I have had an amazing time.  I have enjoyed learning about the culture and traditions of the Angolans.  I look forward to learning more about this country, as well as, the many countries that make up this rich continent.

ANGOLA, AFRICA


Dancers of all ages greeted us as we
exited the plane in Lunda Sol
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Our visit to Lunda Sol

On Wednesday, the TravelTalkRADIO team visited Lunda Sol.  Upon arriving
we were greeted with dancers of all ages.  During the day trip we ventured to Catoca which is one of the largest diamond mines in the world.  The Catoca project has generated millions and millions of dollars for the country of Angola.  Above is the picture of the diamond mine.  Below is a picture of the sun as it was rising at 5:00 in the morning.

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 SEGMENT 2

JERRY BIRD


Editor/Publisher of
Africa Travel Association
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From Canada's vast and rugged Northwest to Africa's emerging nations, life's adventure continues to unfold for the Editor Publisher of Africa Travel Magazine and Air Highways of the World. Born in the Klondike Gold Rush capital of Dawson City, Yukon, Jerry Bird's wilderness adventures started early in life. In winter, dog teams, horse drawn sleighs, snowshoes, parkas and mukluks were part of the everyday scene, while ice floes on the Yukon River, flame-red fireweed and a brilliant midnight sun marked the changing seasons. Treks by saddle and pack horse, as part of a Canadian Government Topographical Survey team, scaling yet unnamed Yukon mountains, flights by float plane to remote lakes, and two exciting seasons as a crew member on the riverboat SS Keno, (below) set the stage for far-flung adventures to come.


If you visit the market you can  find various arts and crafts,  some of which include:
art paintings and statues made out of wood.

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ROBERT EILETS


 
Official Photographer for
the Africa Travel Association
and Africa Travel Magazine.

 



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Photo taken in Uganda




On Tuesday, the TravelTalkTEAM stopped at the Slave Route Museum
 (top picture) and the Moon View (bottom picture) on our way to
visit the Kwanza Bridge.

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 SEGMENT 4

EDUARDO CHINGUNJI


 

The Minister of Tourism
 from Angola
His Excellency

EDUARDO CHINGUNJI
was our
tour guide on our way to visit the Kwanza River.






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Apart of our tour of Angola, included
 lunch at Barra do Kwanza, where
a big barbeque awaited us


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 SEGMENT 5

TERRY LEONARD



Foreign Correspondent
for Associated Press
and

Chief of Bureau
Southern Africa

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Terry Leonard has spent the last 12 years in Africa working for the Associated Press.  He has lived in South Africa and Kenya and has worked in many of the African countries some of which include: Somalia, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Ethiopia.


Pictures of two
African women
wearing
typical dresses
representing their country.


 

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 SEGMENT 6

SANDY DHUYVETTER



 

Sandy in front of the
Atlantic Ocean by the Slave Route Museum, a very compelling monument that symbolizes a very sad time in history!

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Her Excellency, Cynthia G. Efird,  US Ambassador to Angola made an appearance at the opening ceremony of the Eco-Tourism Conference where she discussed the United States support of Angola's Tourism initiative.




 

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GEORGE D'ANGELO

Attorney at Law
Member of the Finance
Committee for the Africa Travel Association

 



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George was born in the United States.  There are three generations of lawyers in his family.  He was educated at the University of Pennsylvania where he obtained his law degree.  He is the Senior Partner of the prestigious Philadelphia law firm D'Angelo and Eurell. 

He has served on many charitable
endeavors some of which include: Past
President of the Episcopal Church of
Pennsylvania that embraces 162 churches and Past President of the Philadelphia Art Alliance which is a unique cultural institute  that was founded by a young lady in 1915. 

As a member of the Finance Committee of
the Africa, George continues to travel to
Africa and promote its destinations.




After the opening ceremony to the kickoff of the 9th Eco-Tourism and Cultural Symposium of ATA-Africa Travel Association, lunch was served while a local band performed.

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 SEGMENT 8

JO
γO REIS


Owner of Historic Lisbon Apartment


 

The above picture is the view from inside the apartment.  If you are interested in going to Lisbon, Portugal, Joγo Reis has offered 2 free nights of accommodations at his apartment with a one week paid week reservation Email Sandy HERE  First come first served!

This is an incredible offer only found at TravelTalkRADIO.
Updated October 2009.

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Historic Lisbon Apartment
Apartment with marvelous panoramic view to
Tagus River and Castle (#34476)




 

This apartment is located in a very typical area on one of Lisbon’s seven hills. The resplendent rooms are all with big windows facing Tagus River and Sγo Jorge Castle. Across the road you find a typical Portuguese bakery, I recommend you to try Pγo da Avσ (Grandmother bread). Within five minutes walk you are in the castle; on the opposite side at the same distance, you get to various museums and monuments. You also cannot miss the exciting city tour, taking the famous tram No. 28, it stops 50 m from the apartment. All kind of shopping and important churches and museums are easily accessible by walk. If you decide to enjoy the apartment, you are invited to take a glass of Port wine in your check-in.

For more information go to:
http://www..ownersdirect.co.uk 
Look at property # 1619.

 

An Angolan boy smiles as
his picture is taken by the TravelTalkRADIO Team!

 

 

 

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CHIEF MARGARET
BOLA IDOWU FABIYL

Cultural Initiator for Nigeria
Experience Culture, celebrate life!



 

 

 


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Chief Margaret Bola Idowu Fabiyl is a cultural initiator for promoting the country of Nigeria. Currently she is promoting cultural events in Nigeria.   Some of those events are listed below:

Black History Month
February  26th  - March 7th 2006
Ground Package = $1850
(10 days / 9 nights)

Black History Week
March 12th - March 20th 2006
Ground Package = $1850
(10 days / 9 nights)
 

Contact Chief Margaret Bola Fabiyi
234-1-5851966

Click HERE  to email Chief Margaret
 

MORE EVENTS!

Easter Youth Slave Route Tours
April 13th - April 17th 2006
Ground Package = $1250
(5 days / 4 nights)

ATA Post Tour to Nigeria
May 20th - May 24th 2006
Ground Package = $950

Osun: Osogbo Festival
July 28th - August 6th 2006
Ground Package = $1850
(10 days / 9 nights)

Abuju Carnival
November 24th - November 27th 2006

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 SEGMENT 10

LANCE BAILEY

Architect and Urban Developer

 

 



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A typical house in Lunda Sol

Lance is currently working with various African nations on urban renewal and development in relationship to sustainable tourism.



 

A typical view of the laundry drying by the river!

 

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GAYNELLE HENDERSON-
BAILEY, PH.D.

First Vice President of Henderson Associates

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Dr. Henderson is the First Vice President of
Henderson Associates.  The reason is that the
President is always a Minister of Tourism in an African Country.  Interestingly enough, Dr. Henderson's mother was the first African Tour Operator.  In 1955, she took a group of Black women from the United States to  Paris for a fashion show.  After being very well received she came back to America and decided to be a Tour Operator, hence Henderson Associates was created.  Her top three destinations that she works with are: South Africa, Ghana and Senegal.

When speaking about Angola, Dr. Henderson states that it is a "Diamond in the Ruff".  While it is quite beautiful, there still needs to be a lot of infrastructure to be developed.


Join Henderson Travel as they
celebrate their Jubilee Year as
they journey to Bahia, the home
of Afro-Brazilian culture, and on
to an  incredible New Year Eve
in Rio de Janeiro!
  Call 1-800-327-2309
 




Drums are a very popular
musical instrument in African music

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 SEGMENT 12

 Sandy Dhuyvetter... live from Africa!

PUT A candle in the window I am coming home sweetheart!

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Thank you for joining us as we experienced  Angola, Africa for the first time!



 


ADVENTURES IN TRAVEL EXPO

Some of the guests that will be featured on our upcoming show for the Adventure Expo will include: Tanzania, Somak Safaris, Snorkel-Mart, Coastanoa Lodge, GoWay Travel, and Intrepid Travel.  The show will begin on November 11 and will wrap up on November 13.  This show will be a very exciting expo for the adventure traveler.

 You won't want to miss it!

 

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