Until recently Cape Verde's beauty was largely kept a secret – the long beaches of endless white sand, lapped by turquoise ocean: the historical mystery of colonial style towns like Ribeira Grande the first European City in the tropics: the wide variety of landscapes – from dramatic volcanic – to lush and verdant.
The biggest stumbling block there would be LANGUAGE; Cape Verde's official language is Portuguese however a dialect continuum of a Portuguese-based creole, which varies from island to island are often used. With the language barrier, is really hard to get into the Society there in order to what we called "A LIFE"... even a holiday there would be a problem..
Beside that, I have to forget about Shopping Malls, Hot Babes, Fast Internet Line, Badminton, Chinese Food, Chinese Friends, Fast Car & Etc. Everyday... Jogging, Fishing, Swimming, Sailing, Eating Bread, Cooking Fish & Sun Bathing.
"Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 3:5-6