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LOGISTICS - Field Trips. Monday mornings: Nov 5 th , 12 th , 19 th - travel in two rental vans 10 participants in each van lottery in Class 5 for all three trips - $15 for transport & drinks - bring sack lunch (drinks provided) -. MORE LATER.

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LOGISTICS - Field Trips
  • Monday mornings: Nov 5th, 12th, 19th
  • - travel in two
  • rental vans
  • 10 participants in each van
  • lottery in Class 5 for all three trips
  • - $15 for transport & drinks
  • - bring sack lunch
  • (drinks provided)
  • -

MORE LATER . . . .

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EAST AFRICA - Session 1

Vagabonds Tramping

Through

East Africa

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EAST AFRICA - Session 1

NORTHEAST AFRICA

Egypt, North/South Sudan

WHAT’S AHEAD?

U.N. GEOGRAPHIC REGION

Djibouti, Eritrea,

Ethiopia, Somalia

Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda

Rwanda, Burundi

Zimbabwe, Zambia,Malawi

Mozabique

6 ISLANDS: Mauritius, Comoros

Madagascar, Reunion,

Mayotte, Sehchelles

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EAST AFRICA - Session 1

Week 6: Ancient people

& Nile River

Egypt

WHAT’S AHEAD?

Week 5: Masai Mara &

Rift Valley

Week 4: Chimpanzees &

Laetoli footprints

Kenya

Week 3: Mt. Kilimanjaro

& Serengeti

Tanzania

Week 2: Victoria Falls &

Zambezi River

Zimbabwe

Week 1: living & traveling in Africa

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EAST AFRICA - Session 1

Egypt

WHAT’S AHEAD?

Kenya

Tanzania

ANGOLA

Zimbabwe

SOUTH

AFRICA

Week 1: living & traveling in Africa

living in Africa

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EAST AFRICA - Session 1

Egypt

WHAT’S AHEAD?

living in Africa

Kenya

Tanzania

ANGOLA

Zimbabwe

SOUTH

AFRICA

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EAST AFRICA - Session 1

compare & contrast

WHAT’S AHEAD?

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EAST AFRICA - Session 1

WEEK 2

WEEK 6

WEEK 1

WEEK 3

WEEK 5

compare & contrast

WHAT’S AHEAD?

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EAST AFRICA - Session 1

living in Africa . . .

Egypt

living in Africa

Kenya

Tanzania

ANGOLA

Zimbabwe

SOUTH

AFRICA

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living in Africa . . .

ANGOLA

1996-2002

1992-2000

2005

SOUTH

AFRICA

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living in Africa . . .

Luanda, Angola

ANGOLA

2005

SOUTH

AFRICA

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living in Africa . . .

LUANDA, ANGOLA

ANGOLA

ANGOLA

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

- capital of Angola

- population: 5 million

- most inhabitants are tribal:

Ovimbundu

Kimbundu

Bakongo

- small population of Portuguese

- small population of expatriates

WHY???

- most expensive city in world

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

February 1, 2012

- no infrastructure

- all goods must be imported

- massive housing shortage

most expensive city in the world!

WHY???

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

5 MILLION people

2002

- land mines in rural areas

1992-2002

~350,000 people

10-20 million mines!

1975

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

- land mines in rural areas

- wartime migration

70,000 amputees

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

- land mines in rural areas

- wartime migration

- abandoned war orphans

1.2 million orphans

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

- land mines in rural areas

- wartime migration

- abandoned war orphans

- returning soldiers

>100,000 ex-soldiers

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

- land mines in rural areas

- wartime migration

- abandoned war orphans

- returning soldiers

- job opportunities

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

job opportunities brought us to Luanda, too . .

  • we both worked for a major oil company
  • on-going civil war during our entire tenure
  • company provided housing, utilities,
  • vehicles, & 24-hour guards
  • years of ’28-28 rotational’ assignment
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LUANDA, ANGOLA

‘rotational’ apartment . . . . shared with an ‘opposite’

Staff house . . . for meals and laundry

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

job opportunities brought us to Luanda, too . .

  • we both worked for a major oil company
  • on-going civil war during our entire tenure
  • company provided housing, utilities,
  • vehicles, & 24-hour guards
  • years of ’28-28 rotational assignment’

- final years as full-time residents

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

Sandi’s

apartment

overlooking Atlantic

. . . and the slums

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

MinPet

apartment building

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

Sandi’s apartment – $$$ renovation

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

Sandi’s apartment

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

Sandi’s apartment

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

Sandi’s apartment view

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

Sandi’s apartment view - back

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

Rocky’s

house

Sandi’s

apartment

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

Rocky’s house

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

Rocky’s house

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

ANGOLA - STATISTICS

- size: 481,000 sq miles (2X Texas)

  • demographics
  • - population: 18 million
  • indigenous tribes . . . . 95%
  • mixed . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3%
  • white . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2%
  • median age. . . . . . . . 18 yrs
  • life expectancy . . . . . 38 yrs
  • official language: Portuguese
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ANGOLA - STATISTICS
  • religions:
  • Roman Catholic . . . . . . . . 64%
  • other Christian. . . . . . . . . 24%
  • indigenous (tribal) . . . . . . 7%
  • education: (major deficits in education)
  • - literacy. . . . . . . . . . . 40-65%
  • - complete primary. . . . . 35%
  • annual income:
  • - extreme poverty. . . . . . 20%
  • - below poverty line. . . . 68%
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ANGOLA - STATISTICS
  • per capita GDP . . . . . . . $9,000 US
  • economy:
  • - arable land . . . . . . . . . . . . 3%
  • - rich in oil, diamonds, gold, fish & forests
  • - land mines make development difficult

11% GDP – diamond mining

85% GDP – oil production

- member OPEC since 2007

- 1.9MBPD (million barrels/day)

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LUANDA, ANGOLA

Cape Town, South Africa

ANGOLA

Cape Town, S.A.

SOUTH

AFRICA

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Cape Town, South Africa

- population 3.5 million

  • languages
  • Afrikaans . . . . . . . 41%
  • Xhosha. . . . . . . . . 29%
  • English. . . . . . . . . 28%
  • other tribal . . . . . 2%
  • median annual income: $3,300 US

- unemployment: 19.4%

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Cape Town, South Africa

Bantry Bay

  • lived in South Africa in 2002
  • found apartment via internet search
  • rented a small car for transportation
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Cape Town, South Africa

overlooking Atlantic

Bantry Bay

on edge of Table Mt.

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Cape Town, South Africa

Atlantic Ocean beaches

Lion’s Head of Table Mountain

our apartment

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Cape Town, South Africa

SOUTH AFRICA - STATSTICS

- size: 471,011 sq miles (2X Texas)

- size: 471,011 sq miles (2X Texas)

- capital: Pretoria

  • demographics (the rainbow nation)
  • - population: 49 million
  • Tribal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79%
  • ‘colored’. . . . . . . . . . . . 9%
  • white . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9%
  • other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2%
  • median age. . . . . . . . 24 yrs
  • life expectancy . . . . . 50 yrs
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SOUTH AFRICA - STATSTICS
  • official language: 11 languages
  • home spoken: Zulu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24%
  • Xhosa . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18%
  • Afrikaans . . . . . . . . . . 13%
  • English . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8%
  • other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37%
  • religions:
  • Christian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80%
  • Tribal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15%
  • other. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5%
  • education:
  • - literacy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96%
  • - complete primary. . . . . 77%
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SOUTH AFRICA - STATSTICS
  • per capita GDP . . . . . . $10,100US
  • economy:
  • - arable land . . . . . . . . . . 12%
  • - rich in coal, platium, gold
  • - no appreciable oil/gas

Let’s compare South Africa & Angola . . .

6% GDP – diamond/gold mining

12% GDP – tourism

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STATISTICAL COMPARISON

SMALL

POPULATION

OIL/GAS

RESOURCES!

LAND

DIAMONDS

& COAL

OLDER

POPULATION

DIVERSE

EDUCATED

FEW TRIBAL

RELIGIONS

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living in Africa . . .

traveling in east Africa . . .

ANGOLA

ANGOLA

SOUTH

AFRICA

SOUTH

AFRICA

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traveling in east Africa . . .

Next week – Session 2

Egypt

All our Senior University presentations are

available at

www.vagabondgeology.com

Kenya

Tanzania

ANGOLA

Zimbabwe

SOUTH

AFRICA

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traveling in east Africa . . .

Next week – Session 2

Victoria Falls &

Zimbabwe

ANGOLA

the Zambezi River

SOUTH

AFRICA

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OUR TRAVEL WEBSITES

WORLDWIDE HOUSING

www.VRBO.com (individual owners within site)

www.homeaway.com (individual owners within site)

SOUTH AFRICA

Housing:

www.villa-st-leon.co.za/ (private home - owner: Babel Schumacher)

www.christinesbeachcottage.com (private home - owner: Dan & Christine Carter) http://www.sa-venues.com (individual owners within site)

Safari Travel:

www.Africa-Adventure.com (US based safari company)

www.ClassicAfricanSafaris .com (HamishGrant -independent safari guide – Kenya)

www.CCAfrica.com (up-scale safaris w/conservation focus)

www.sanparks.org (direct booking for South Africa National Parks)

CHINA TRAVEL

www.cits.net (China International Travel Service)

Guilin: http://en.guilincits.com (agents: Christine, Shelley)

FRANCE

Housing:

http://www.rentapart.com (agent: Annebelle)

http://www.parisattitude.com (agent: Sylvain Guilemin)

Houseboat rental: http://alpha-croisiere.com

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REFERENCES

www.Wikipedia.com

www.worldatlas.com

www.goafrica.about.com/library/

www.geography.about.com/library/

www.news.bbc.co.uk

www.deza.admin.ch

http://www.sa-venues.com/visit/villastleon/

http://www.travelthewholeworld.com/sitebuilder/images/

http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/panorama_paul/4029186704/in/pool-kolmanskop

http://www.noblecorp.com/

http://www.mdrp.org/angola_main.htm

www.life.com/image/53365967

www.landmine.org/index.php/site/C69

http://projects.publicintegrity.org/bow/report.aspx?aid=154

www.soschildrensvillages.org.uk/aids-africa/projects-by-country/aids-angola-africa

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Angola_provinces_named.png

http://www.nationmaster.com/country/ao-angola/edu-education

https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ao.html

http://www.wfp.org/countries/angola

http://www.theodora.com/wfbcurrent/angola/angola_economy.html

http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/angola_statistics.html

http://countrystudies.us/angola/85.htm

http://geology.com/world/south-africa-satellite-image.shtml

http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/dynamic/East_Africa.html

http://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/Africa/South-Africa

http://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/Africa/South-Africa-MINING.html

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