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http://brandsierraleone.tv Brand Sierra Leone TV: Building Innovative Perceptions "Welcome to Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone. A beautiful country on the West Coast of Africa. Sierra Leone has many things to offer, and it's waiting to be explored...". (A series of videos from the National Tourist Board of Sierra Leone-NTBSL http://www.welcometosierraleone.sl available at http://brandsierraleone.tv ). See more: http://www.facebook.com/brandsierraleone https://twitter.com/BrandSalone
A magical journey through Senegal, Gambia, Senegal (Casamance), Guinea Bissau, Guinea (Fouta Djalon), Sierra Leone, Guinea (Forest Region), Ivory Coast, and Ghana. Some of these photos belong to the passengers who joined us on the trip, so many thanks to William Betts, Holly Melanson, Ian Grieve, Rob Kuhlman, Inga Schaudlebauer, Wilna Wilkinson, Di Forgan and Sally Crace for photographing so many great people and stunning places. Enjoy the video, and join us for the next adventure at www.overlandingwestafrica.com
Brand Sierra Leone TV: Building Innovative Perceptions http://brandsierraleone.tv The imposing Cotton Tree standing in the centre of Freetown towers above the nearby buildings and is a historical symbol of Sierra Leone´s capital. Located in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the main roundabout on Siaka Stevens Street, near the Supreme Court Building and National Museum, the city´s most famous landmark provides welcome shade for passers-by as well as being the entrance to the capital´s downtown district. See more: http://brandsierraleone.tv http://www.facebook.com/brandsierraleone https://twitter.com/BrandSalone
There is no place like home. Let's travel together around Sierra Leone to see facts of development and progress, contrary to the negative stories we hear from friends or read from blogs (lacking editorial) about Sierra Leone. Transformation is taking place in Sierra Leone, more progress and development is also imminent.
Freetown Sierra Leone; from West end to East End driving along the old road from Kissy, Wellington, Calaba Town Allen Town to Waterloo. Good to see old buildings still standing after all the years; narrow motor roads and bridges the relics of the British presence in Sierra Leone, Nice to see new and wider modern roads along side the old ones. The new four lane tole Waterloo road under construction another ambitious project that will change the way we travel from the city to the provinces. Life back home is not perfect as there are so many challenges; every one you meet tells you how they survive from one calendar month to another but life must go on. For visitors the beautiful hot and sunny weather a perfect welcome. For me, the half strong coconut jelly water is my favorite, pure a...
http://brandsierraleone.tv Brand Sierra Leone TV: Building Innovative Perceptions Sierra Leone is close to Europe, only a six hour flight away, and there are several flights per week. So getting there is easy. The best time to come for a visit is from November to February, when Europe is suffering from a cold grey winter. As soon as you get off the plane, you feel the warm air and smell the sea... (A series of videos from the National Tourist Board of Sierra Leone-NTBSL http://www.welcometosierraleone.sl available at http://brandsierraleone.tv). See more: http://www.facebook.com/brandsierraleone https://twitter.com/BrandSalone
For more travel videos visit us online at http://www.itsmylife365.com Day 47 is a bit of a muggy day in Freetown, Sierra Leone. I had been planning on spending the day relaxing on the beach, but the weather didn't really convince me that it was such a good idea. Thus, I took a bit of a lazy day before heading down to the beach in the afternoon and then out for a couple drinks in the evening. It's my Life 365 is a product of Vagabundo Magazine http://www.vagabundomagazine.com
Short travelogue of 3 weeks spent in Sierra Leone in November 2011. Dam Good Trips founder, Christina Chowaniec, had a friend that lived there at the time - this is a compilation of the visit, where the friends took local transport throughout the country. At the time, the friends were probably Sierra Leone's first 3 tourists (ie not aid workers already in the country going on holiday, but perhaps the first ones who had specifically come just for a holiday). Areas filmed include Freetown (city filming), Kabala, Bo, main towns, Rogbonko village, (red road scenes), and Tiwai Wildlife sanctuary (jungle scenes).
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Lost Freetown - Sierra Leone, 2009 - The expansion of this City has lead to it being on the brink of environmental and social disaster, and there appears to be no relief. For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/59357/short-films/lost-freetown.html Sierra Leone is booming. In capital Freetown the population is rising and new homes spring up daily. But, like the 1950s sewage pipes, the city is creaking under the weight. How long before Freetown cracks? A land of wooded plains and white beaches, Sierra Leone was known as a pearl in the African crown. But the brutal civil war damaged the country's rural economy and displaced farming families. Now Freetown is expanding rapidly, but few see this as cause for celebration. 'Yeah we have come a long way', says OLU Gord...
Hi guys welcome back to our channel, todays video is a part 2 of our Sierra Leone vlog. in this vlog we will be sharing some videos from our trip I Sierra Leone Freetown. We will be sharing some moments at Lumely beach, and around Freetown. we hope you will enjoy our vlog and please share with friends and family