Cote d'Ivoire

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a republic in western Africa on the Gulf of Guinea

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His hour commute takes him over the Pali Highway, affording him views of the Windward Coast, and the sharp, sheer cliffs of the Koblau mountains.
Windward Coast is roughly the current country of Ivory Coast.
Pahinui grew up in the small town of Waimanalo on Oahu's windward coast.
A friend told him about the sharks that congregated at a spot off the windward coast of Roatan, an island in the western Caribbean popular with scuba divers.
When you're tired of sipping cocktails and eating al fresco, you can hire a jeep to shop in the old Dutch capital Oranjestad and tour the rugged cactus-studded windward coast.
In the stock enhancement program for Pacific threadfin, over 430,000 fingerlings of various sizes were implanted with coded wire tags and released in nursery habitats along the windward coast of Oahu between 1993 and 1998.
As for rice, 61% of the slaves imported into Charleston between 1749 and 1787 came from rice-growing areas of West Africa: Senegambia, Sierra Leone, and the Windward Coast.
The return journey took us along the eastern Windward coast with stops at the replica Japanese temple of Byoda-In and the fascinating national cemetery where offerings, including six-packs of beer, are left next to neat headstones in respect to the dead.
One of the young men, named Cinque, a Mende-speaker from a region near the Windward Coast of West Africa, led the uprising by killing the ship's cook and captain.