LBW members recommend………….

LBW member Mary recently visited the  National Museum of Slavery. She says – “It is only an hour from Luanda, very interesting if a little sad. It is open Wednesday through Sunday from I think around 9.30. I don’t think there is an entrance fee however we did give the young man who opened it up for us some money. I would advise anyone visiting to just wait around a little if it is closed and he will come along. He is really nice and very knowledgable about the museum and will give a tour. In Portuguese of course. Definitely worth a visit.”

A couple of LBW members recently read and now recommend the book “Equator” written by Portuguese author Miguel Sousa Tavares which centres around the Angolan slave trade. Vicki says – I really enjoyed the story and learned a little bit of Portuguese/British and Angolan history in the process.

Stay tuned……………… LBW plans to start a book club after the Summer break.

About lbwangola

The LBW (Luanda British Women) group in Luanda exists to provide friendship, fun and laughter to the British community in Luanda, Angola. And not just for women either, despite the name... Come and join us!
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