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inessarzedas ... and the fun begins 10h

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inessarzedas One serious (very) and shy little boy... just wait to see what will happens on the next photo ;) 13h

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inessarzedas A big thank you to @african_portraits team and @nala_rinaldo appreciate a lot 6d

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inessarzedas The washing process nowadays 1w

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inessarzedas Old tanks where fishermen put the fish before it is ready to be placed to dry. The task of the women was wash and clean the fish. Today, the tanks are no longer used, but the process of drying fish remains the same, in a smaller scale. 1w

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inessarzedas Porque 'ti gostuuu bwé', Tozé! Parabéns amigo 1w

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  •   inessarzedas @nunovsm Obrigada 2w
  •   favi_12 Tens uns retratos muito bonitos da minha banda Inês! Adorei o teu feed! Eu tenho um projecto aqui no instagram que é tudo a ver com as fotografias que tu fazes! Chama-se #viewsofangola. Consiste justamente em partilhar retratos de lugares, pessoas, coisas e culturas de Angola. Convido-te a dares uma olhada e a ires marcando também as tuas fotos! Espero que gostes ;) 8h
  •   favi_12 mano @arcoires o que escrevi aqui também vale e muito pra ti! Da uma vista no #viewsofangola e vai marcando tb as tuas!!! ;) 8h
  •   inessarzedas Muito obrigada @favi_12 pela simpatia!!! Já estive a espreitar o #viewsofangola e sim, gosto, assim como gosto do teu feed :) amanhã farei uma visita como deve de ser e vou marcar algumas fotos, com muito gosto! Obrigada pela sugestão !! 8h
  •   favi_12 Boa Inês!!! Que bom que gostas, e obrigado!!! 8h

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inessarzedas Porto Alexandre or Tômbwa is known as "the city courage." Surrounded by sand and the ocean, is the last city of the province of Namibe where we can go by paved road, before we enter the deep desert. The first Portuguese settlers (1861) were fishermen from the Algarve (southern Portugal) and later (1921) another community of fishermen, this time from Póvoa do Varzim (north of Portugal), joined them.

Para os mais curiosos, sugiro http: //mossamedes-do-antigamente.blogspot.com/2013/12/poveiros-na-colonizacao-de-porto.html?m=1
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