(cultural) element involved complements an animal-centric safari to the game parks. Some cultural tourism programs (Ilkiding'a, Ng'iresi) are within an hour's hike of Arusha. Several others are within an hour's drive (Monduli Juu, Longido, Mulala, Tengeru, Ilkurot, Oldonyo Sambu). They are great opportunities to learn about the Maasai and Meru tribes who live nearby, pastoralism, agriculture, stories & legends, local economies. There are several good hikes around Mt. Meru, including some good
and surrounded by rainforest. It is linked by ferry with Brazzaville and is known for the pygmy people who live nearby. It is the capital of the Sangha Region. '''Djambala''' is the main town of Djambala District and the Plateaux Region (Plateaux Region, Congo) of the Republic of Congo. It lies north of Brazzaville and lies near the Léfini Reserve. WikiPedia:Brazzaville commons:Brazzaville
20,000 people, lying on the Oubangui River. It is home to an airport and is linked by river barge to Brazzaville and to Bangui. It is the administrative centre of Impfondo District and the Likouala Region. '''Ouesso''' is a town in the northern Republic of the Congo, lying on the Sangha River and surrounded by rainforest. It is linked by ferry with Brazzaville and is known for the pygmy people who live nearby. It is the capital of the Sangha Region. '''Owando''' is a town in the central Republic of the Congo, lying on the Kouyou River. It is the capital (capital city) of Cuvette Department and an autonomous commune. It is home to a market and has an airport. '''Dolisie''', known as '''Loubomo''' before 1991, is a city in the western province of Niari in the Republic of the Congo. It is the country's third largest city, and an important commercial centre. The city lies on the eastern edge of the coastal rainforest, and has a population of 106,300 (2005 census). '''Madingo-Kayes''' is a town lying at the mouth of the Kouilou River on the Atlantic Ocean of the Republic of the Congo. It lies on the edge of the coastal rainforest. '''Makoua''' is a town in the Republic of the Congo, lying at the southern edge of the rainforest, north of Owando. It is home to an airport.
and is popular with the many university students who live nearby. There are also several excellent international restaurants in the area - serving Italian, French, Mediterranean, Thai and Indian cuisine. Cafes Tea Rooms Swansea enjoys a wonderful cafe culture, originally sparked by an influx of Italian families to the city in the early 20th century and later expanded with the establishment of local independents. '''City Centre''' *'''Americano Jazz Cafe''', Prince of Wales Docks, Kings Road, SA1. Tel:''44 1792'' 468230 A waterside jazz cafe bar serving snacks and tapas - live music on Friday and Saturday nights. Open: Thur-Sun 3PM-12midnight, Closed: Mon-Wed. *'''Baguette Du Jour''', 9 Caer Street. Tel:''+44 1792'' 651165. An open fronted cafe offering great views over Castle Square. A good place to grab a light snack and a coffee for those changing trains in Swansea as the cafe is about ten minute walk from the station (walk down High Street to Swansea Castle and turn right onto Caer Street. The cafe is in the mock Tudor building on the left). *'''Café Nissé''', 11 Wind Street. A cafe-cum-gallery. *'''Cafe Smooth''', National Waterfront Museum. Tel:''+44 1792'' 456100 A large Bohemian style cafe - great views over marina - huge selection of coffees and teas. *'''Cafe Twocann''', J-shed, Kings Road, Swansea Waterfront. Tel:''+44 1792'' 458000 A cafe in a listed building over looking marina - includes small gift store - alcohol served. *'''Eleos Brasserie''', 33 The Kingsway. Tel:''+44 1792'' 648609. Centrally located, but nothing special. *'''Gershwins Coffee House''', 14 Nelson Street. Tel:''+44 1792'' 474000 *'''Holbrook's''', 28 Union Street, Tel:''+44 1792'' 477797 Centrally located with a pleasant and warm atmosphere. Excellent coffee, including Fair Trade, and good selection of cakes. *'''Java Tading Company''', 10 Picton Archade. Tel:''+44 1792'' 458141 *'''Kardomah''', 11 Portland Street. Tel:''+44 1792'' 652336. The original Kardomah was a favourite haunt of Dylan Thomas. *'''Monkey Cafe''' 13 Castle Street. Tel''+44 1792'' 480822. Cosmopolitan and eclectic venue - great views of Swansea Castle from plush leather sofas - live music - alcohol served.. *'''Mosaic''' Urban Village, 218 High Street. Tel:''+44 1792'' 655225 - a chic bistro-cafe. Great coffee, food and selection of wines. *'''Pure Refreshment''', Ty John Penri Building, St. Helen's Road (near junction with Kingsway). A juice and smoothies bar using all natural ingredients. *'''Sapore''', 6 Plymouth Street. Tel:''+44 1792'' 480-031. Close to bus station. Open: mornings and afternoons only. *'''Strudles Coffee Shop''', Whitewalls. Tel:''+44 1792'' 650011 *'''Starbucks''', Oxford Street, near Market entrance. From Seattle to Swansea, the same standard decor and coffee. *'''The Sub-Cafe''', 6 Shoppers Walk Archade. Tel:''+44 1792'' 476334 *'''Tapestri''', Llys Glas, corner of Orchard Street and Alexandra Road A social enterprise cafe that uses fairtrade and locally sourced products. *'''Tiffanys''', 57-58 Plymouth Street, City Centre. Tel '+44 1792'' 646048 '''Mumbles''' *'''Cafe Valance''', 50 Newton Road, the leather sofas, wood flooring, brick walls and open fronting give this cafe a very trendy but homely atmosphere. *'''The Coffee Denn''', 34 36 Newton Road. Tel:''+44 1792'' 360044 - simple, but excellent value meals *'''Ocean''', 61 Newton Road. Tel:''+44 1792'' 363462 - alcohol served. *'''Pavilion Bistro''' @ Mumbles Pier. Tel:''+44 1792'' 365225 *Also '''Verdis''' and '''Castellamare''' - see #Eat Eat listing. '''Swansea Beach''' *'''360 Beach and Watersports Cafe Bar''' Mumbles Road Tel:''+44 1792'' 655844. This is a cafe and snack bar Located near St Helen's Rugby Ground on the beach front. Open 7 days a week. *'''the junction cafe''' Old Station Building, Mumbles Road. A quaint cafe and snack bar based in a building that was once a station for the historic Swansea to Mumbles Railway. *Also see see Mumbles section above. '''Uplands''' *'''The Chattery''', 59 Uplands Cres. Tel:''+44 1792'' 473276. - live music and Fair Trade Coffee. Friendly, but uninspiring decor. *'''Chambers Cafe Bar''', 87 Brynymor Road. Tel:''+44 1792'' 480699 - modern and cosy - serves wholesome beverages and snacks, such as fair-trade coffee, teas, smoothies, local produce, hummus and ciabattas. *'''Noahs Yard''', 38 Uplands Road. An Italian inspired cafe bar. Live jazz every Monday from 8:30-11PM. Excellent atmosphere. Cosy and earthy artwork, including an original Banksy. Open: Mon-Thu: 4-12PM, Fri-Sat: 4PM-:3AM, Sun: 4-11PM *'''One Shoe Cafe''', 1 King Edward Road. Tel:''44 1792'' 439595. Located in a former cobblers, this small, cosy cafe serves excellent coffees and wholesome snacks - very competitive prices. Bars and pubs '''City centre: Wind Street vicinity''' *
for individual members, living far from their fraternity, to keep contact to other members who live nearby. '''Guaraná Antarctica''' is the most popular guaraná-flavoured soft drink in Brazil, created in 1921 by Pedro Baptista de Andrade for Companhia Antarctica Paulista, now part of Anheuser-Busch InBev. The drink is also available in Portugal, Spain, Honduras, Denmark, Luxembourg, Israel, Italy, Switzerland, Finland, Canada, United
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