‘Pintades’

At the corner, along a busy road, the pintades look at cars passing by trying to wiggle out from sellers’ hands.

It is one of the few signs of a ‘developing’ country in this town quite modern and sophisticated.

From my office’s window I see a bunch of new buildings and if in the evening you go listening jazz at Nandjelé the skyline has nothing to envy to New York’s one.

Markets are similar to other African towns, but I am not shopping there a lot, lately.

Now it starts raining, the sky is dark.

One thought on “‘Pintades’”

  1. Hi Paolo,

    I hope everything is well with you. Here are my corrections for your blog entry.

    Joanne

    Pintades

    On the corner, along a busy road, the pintades look at cars passing by, trying to wiggle out from sellers? hands.

    It is one of the few signs of a ?developing? country in this quite modern and sophisticated town.

    From my office window I can see a bunch of new buildings and if you go listening to jazz in the evening at Nandjelé the skyline has nothing to envy to New York?s one.

    The markets are similar to other African towns, but I am not shopping there a lot, lately.

    Now it has started raining, the sky is dark.

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