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10 Things You Didn't know About Equatorial Guinea

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What is Equatorial Guinea? (THEY SPEAK SPANISH)



I have made it to EQUATORIAL GUINEA -- Africa's richest country (per capita) and the only nation on the continent that speaks Spanish.

Equatorial Guinea is truly such a different place in every way possible, and I'm excited to tell you all about. I think you will learn more about Equatorial Guinea in the next 5 minutes than in your entire life!

Please share your thoughts/suggestions/reactions in the comments below about Equatorial Guinea. Honestly speaking, have you ever heard of Equatorial Guinea before and did you know that they speak Spanish?

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Buying a SIM Card in Equatorial Guinea ???????? - 10 Things to Know About Getesa & Muni (in English)

Equatorial Guinea is known for having one of the highest mobile data speeds in Africa and in the world. However, getting an Equatorial Guinean SIM card will be cheaper than international roaming in the country. Here is all you need to know about buying a SIM card in Equatorial Guinea!

For some reason, mobile internet is criminally expensive in Equatorial Guinea. Moreover, speeds are embarrassingly slow as well.

This is surprising because Equatorial Guinea is connected to several submarine cables. African countries with direct access to submarine cables have, on average, lower mobile data rates compared to landlocked countries.

What is even sadder is that the domestic broadband infrastructure is poor, meaning that those living in rural Equatorial Guinea have no or awful mobile coverage.

Even with all of this said, getting an Equatorial Guinean SIM card will probably be cheaper than international roaming.

So, in this video, I will tell you all you have to know about buying a SIM card in the country.

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0:00 Start
0:19 Premise of this Video
0:47 1. Operators in Equatorial Guinea
1:15 2. Where to Buy a SIM Card
1:34 3. Getesa & Muni SIM Card Prices
1:44 4. SIM Card Registration
2:08 5. Best SIM Card in Equatorial Guinea
2:29 6. Mobile Data Prices in Equatorial Guinea (Expensive)
3:15 7. Mobile Network Quality
4:17 8. Mobile Data Speeds
5:14 9. Internet Packages
7:06 10. Should You Roam in Equatorial Guinea?
7:42 Rounding It Up

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আফ্রিকার দেশ | বিষুবীয় গিনি | Amazing facts about Equatorial Guinea

বিষুবীয় গিনি | Amazing facts about Equatorial Guinea
One of the richest country in Africa is Equatorial Guinea. It is the only African country where Spanish is one of the official language.
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5 Things You Didn't Know About THE MALDIVES

The Maldives is an amazing place and I'm really enjoying my time here so far!! We've spent the last 2 days on a local island called Maafushi, Maldives, and despite the horrific weather, I am overwhelmed by the over-the-top friendliness and hospitality of the Maldivian people. Earlier tonight, our new friends from the Maldives surprised us with a romantic Maldivian dinner on the beach for my 27th birthday!

But if you're not from the Maldives (which makes up 99% of the people following this channel) -- then you probably have no idea what actually happens in this country other than seeing the perfect tropical beaches and scuba diving photos on Instagram.

Which is why I put together this video, to explain '5 things you didn't know about the Maldives!' I hope you enjoy and I hope this video inspires some of you to visit the beautiful country of the Maldives!

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This is Guinea Bissau, Africa You Don't See on TV #GuineaBissau Africa Ep. 6

Guinea-Bissau is a tropical country on West Africa’s Atlantic coast that’s known for national parks and wildlife. The forested, sparsely populated Bijagós archipelago is a protected biosphere reserve. Its main island, Bubaque, forms part of the Orango Islands National Park, a habitat for saltwater hippos. On the mainland, the capital, Bissau, is a port with Portuguese colonial buildings in its old city center.

The distance from Jegue border to Bissau is about 130km. It takes about 3 and half hours drive due to the poor state of the roads. Which is surprising because along the way there's about 5police stops where you will have to pay for the road at every stop.It's also advisable to have a 4 wheel drive especially during rainy season.

So let's talk a little bit about Guinea Bissau. Did you know that Guinea Bissau official language is Portuguese but is spoken by only about 11% of the population. The local dialect is creole
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Our Troubles in GUINEA (Conakry)

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After a rough few days in Sierra Leone, we have made it onwards to the next West African country of Guinea (Conakry).

It's been a wild 2.5 days here so far, from the challenging roads to the (once again) disgusting corruption and bribery that we had to deal with. But we made it, after 11 LONG hours of driving 150 miles, to the capital of Conakry.

Initially, we had a great time exploring the fish market at sunrise and then getting secret access inside the 2nd biggest mosque in sub Saharan Africa -- but then things quickly turned bad when thousands of policemen (armed with AK47s, helmets and bullet proof vests) stormed the streets in preparation for the riots which have been destroying the city.

We quickly ran (literally) back to our hotel and called it a day. We didn't leave the hotel anytime afterwards.

This region of the world is tough to travel across, especially in your own vehicle. At each of the dozens and dozens of police checkpoints, we are always pulled over to show our car papers/insurance, and even after we do correctly, the corrupt police will find ANY reason to pick on us (often times, making up some random law) until we pay them off. It makes me sad.

BUT I HAVE SOME GOOD NEWS (in case you missed yesterday's video)! THE SIERRA LEONE GOVERNMENT SAW MY VIDEO ABOUT US GETTING SCAMMED AND THEY WENT TO THE BORDER TO ARREST THE 3 GUYS AND NOW THEY ARE IN PRISON! One step closer to making this region a safer place to visit for everyone.

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Guinea Bissau || Why You Should Visit It Right Now #travel #guineabissau

Guinea Bissau || Why You Should Visit It Right Now

In this video, we are going to give you 5 reasons why you should visit Guinea Bissau Right Now.

Many people confuse Guinea Bissau, that small country on the west coast of Africa, with others like Guinea Conakry, Equatorial Guinea, or New Guinea.

Guinea Bissau, which is listed 7th among the 15 least visited countries on earth, is one of the most amazing countries I have ever visited. This is a place where you can still experience the true and unspoiled Africa, far from large hotels and tourist resorts and among the local population.

Guinea Bissau is a small developing country on the West Africa coast, between Senegal and Guinea Conakry, and was until 1973 a Portuguese colony.

Guinea Bissau, unlike the frequent news associated with political instability, which gives it a negative image, is a safe country, with friendly and welcoming people. Anyway, as in any place, you should be careful to go to certain more isolated places, especially at night.

So, Why should you visit Guinea Bissau?

00:00 **Intro**
01:03 **Reason 1: Just because!**
02:30 **Reason 2: Guinea Bissau has a great archipelago off the coast.**
04:05 **Reason 3. Tourism equals money equals development.**
05:29 **Reason 4. The People and the food**
07:35 **Reason 5. Because it is an undeveloped and unspoiled country.**

In this video, we are going to give you 5 reasons why you should visit Guinea Bissau as soon as possible.

Many people confuse Guinea Bissau, that small country on the west coast of Africa, with others like Guinea Conakry, Equatorial Guinea, or New Guinea.

Guinea Bissau, which is listed 7th among the 15 least visited countries on earth, is one of the most amazing countries I have ever visited. This is a place where you can still experience the true and unspoiled Africa, far from large hotels and tourist resorts and among the local population.

Guinea Bissau is a small developing country on the West Africa coast, between Senegal and Guinea Conakry, and was until 1973 a Portuguese colony.

Guinea Bissau, unlike the frequent news associated with political instability, which gives it a negative image, is a safe country, with friendly and welcoming people. Anyway, as in any place, you should be careful to go to certain more isolated places, especially at night.

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Natural Blondes with Dark Skin? (SOLOMON ISLANDS)

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Have you ever seen dark skinned people with bright blonde hair?... Me either, until I arrived in my 154th country -- THE SOLOMON ISLANDS!!

I just discovered that 5-10% of Solomon Islanders have natural blonde hair, and it's the only place in the world (Melanesia) where you can see dark skinned people with natural blonde hair. It's absolutely amazing and I can't get enough of these beautiful faces.

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10 Wacky Things About TURKMENISTAN

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It's been a wild several days in Turkmenistan. In my opinion, this is (by a long shot) the world's most bizarre country.

In this video, I explain the 10 strangest things that I find about Turkmen culture -- from the thousands of white-marble buildings to the shockingly empty streets, a massive fire crater in the desert that hasn't stopped burning for 50 years and the heavy censorship of the internet.

Turkmenistan is essentially the North Korea of Central Asia. Both capital cities of Pyongyang and Ashgabat feel eerily similar when walking around. The only major difference is that the people of North Korea are oppressed, whereas the people of Turkmenistan seem to be warm, friendly and hospitable.

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What Can $10 Get in CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC?

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WOAH this was a crazy fun video to make! Welcome to my 187th country, the Central African Republic. Yes, that means I have just 10 countries left!

Central African Republic is a nation that many people haven't heard of before, so I am excited to be in a position to put it on the map. I've explore the ins and outs of Bangui, the capital city, and it's full of surprises.

Join me in this wild episode budget episode where I show you how many things you can buy with $10 USD (6,000 CFA) in Bangui, Central African Republic.

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Travel to Equatorial Guinea | Equatorial guinea|Urdu documentary moving to Equatorial guinea

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MY FAVORITE AFRICAN COUNTRIES! (top 5)

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AFRICA is an amazing continent full of natural beauty, smiling faces and surprising wonders.

After visiting 53 of its 54 countries (only missing Ghana!) -- I have put together a list of 5 of my favorites, which I will explain to you in this video.

They are ETHIOPIA, ALGERIA, SOMALIA, KENYA and SOUTH AFRICA.

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The English You Won't Understand... (PIDGIN ENGLISH)

Have you ever heard of Pidgin English? These ladies tell me they are speaking English, but I cannot understand a word that comes out of their mouths! Can you?

It's called Pidgin English or Broken English -- and it's a creole-dialect that's commonly spoken in Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon. I realize that I am in Gabon right now (a French-speaking nation), but these ladies are all of Cameroonian descent.

Have you ever heard about Pidgin English? It's fun to listen to these people speak... until they ask you a question and you feel dumb not being able to respond!

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What It's Like Being White in Africa...

In 2018, I've had the pleasure of visiting 21 countries in sub-Saharan Africa. I absolutely love this continent. It offers incredible nature, culture and experiences that you cannot find anywhere else.

In a sense, I feel like traveling Africa is the only real traveling that I've ever done.

That all being said, I cannot ignore the fact that I am treated differently because of my skin color.

I have noticed a lot more scamming and bribery happening to me in African countries than anywhere else. Some of the scariest travel situations I've been in happened to me here, and thus, I need to take extra caution of every decision I make.

I know this post will get a lot of hate mail, and that's okay. I want to hear your opinions, thoughts and suggestions on this subject.

I could lie to you guys and say that Africa is 100% safe as a non-black person, but that's just not the case. Perhaps it would be safer if I didn't travel solo, but I always have.

I have felt racism in Africa the same way that black people feel racism in the U.S., or Asians in Europe, or Hispanics in Australia. The point of this video is that if you physically stand out in any place, you will be treated differently. And I wish someday, in this amazing world of ours, that this will not be the case.

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GUINEA BISSAU: Travel Advice about this unique country in West Africa

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Which languages are officially spoken in most countries?

There are 195 countries in the world and over 7000 languages.
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