Angola: Mike Stead and Sean Rorison

Written by  Verge January 4, 2012

Claiming to be the first Angola guide written in English, this book does not gloss over the challenges of visiting a country that has just emerged from 30 years of civil war.

Angola: The Bradt Travel Guide: Mike Stead and Sean Rorison 

Globe Pequot Press, 2009

Claiming to be the first Angola guide written in English, this book does not gloss over the challenges of visiting a country that has just emerged from 30 years of civil war. The roads are treacherous and accommodations are expensive, but the natural wonders and the warmth of the people may draw some well-moneyed adventurers. Detailed advice from writers who clearly know their stuff will help visitors avoid little-known pitfalls, like the complications around taking photos. There’s specific information for readers wanting to work and live in Angola, but it’s geared to folks with substantial company backing, such as oil executives.

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