domingo, 27 de noviembre de 2011

Good point at the end of the pictures.
Mansion in Gabon
South Africa
Accra, Ghana
Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town again
Union Island South Eastern Africa
Union Island South Eastern Africa
Bejaia, Algeria - North Africa
This is where the equator passes thru in Sao Tome Island , West Africa
Road to Lubango , Angola
Housing estate in Accra , Ghana
Cabo Verde, Cape Verde
Obudu Resort, Nigeria
If you thought the houses in Ghana were spectacular, you would be speechless with this
house in Nigeria ... just another mansion under construction!
Row houses in Nigeria
House in Abuja , Nigeria
Seychelles Island
Kampala, Uganda
South Africa
Aerial view of Annobon Island , Equitorial Guinea ..... beautiful
Yes, we actually enjoy ourselves on the weekends... but the media misconceptions would
have you beleive we all languish in poverty (lol)
Presidential Palace , Ghana
Mansion in Trasacco Valley , Accra , Ghana ... where a number of the wealthy live
House in Accra-Ghana
Tunis, Tunisia
Harare International Airport, Zimbabwe
River Nile in Egypt
Alexandria, Egypt
Nairobi, Kenya
Nairobi, Kenya - Windsor Golf and Country Club with Nairobi skyline in the background
Hilton Hotel, Yaounde-Cameroon
An event being hosted in Ghana
In Ghanaian Tradition a royal is carried by four bearers in a seat as you see in this picture
A hotel in Khartoum , Sudan
The cable cars at the beach in Durban, South Africa
Regular occurance: A sandstorm over Khartoum , Sudan ... after all, it is a city in a desert!
Aerial view of Khartoum , Sudan
The Wave house at Gateway Mall, Durban , South Africa
Mall in South Africa
Canal Walk Mall in Cape Town , South Africa . One of the largest malls in
the Southern Hemisphere and just one of SA's mega malls.
Another inside view of Canal Walk Mall in Cape Town , South Africa .
An outside view of Canal Walk Mall in Cape Town , South Africa .
Cairo, Egypt
Cairo, Egypt
Hurghada - Egypt
National Stadium-Dares Salaam in Tanzania with the practice field right outside
City of Dares Salaam-Tanzania
Surprising modern and upscale isn't it...
so how do you like the real Africa now? 
Why aren't their rich helping their poor, instead of us !
Consistent unflattering media portrayals
would have you to believe something entirely different...
e.g. Africa is still some kind of wild, savage and untamed jungle.
I wonder why that is?

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