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Escola secundária de Sebastião da Gama Inglês Prof. Fernanda Rodrigues A Ilha de Seychelles Raquel Marques Nº21 e Catarina Visitação Nº7 do 7ºE
Seychelles <ul><li>This place is our dream place for holidays. It’s an amaizing island, has a fabulous beaches and it’s an exotic place. Seychelles, officially the Republic of Seychelles, is an archipelago nation of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, some 1,500 kilometres east of mainland Africa, northeast of the island of Madagascar. Seychelles has the smallest population of any state in Africa. In Seychelles the weather is great, often rainning but it’s not very strong and big. There you can go fishing, relaxing, go to the beach and every thing good. </li></ul>
Seychelles’ culture <ul><li>Seychellois society is essentially matriarchal. Mothers tend to be dominant in the household, controlling most current expenditures and looking after the interests of the children. Unwed mothers are the societal norm, and the law requires fathers to support their children. Men are important for their earning ability, but their domestic role is relatively peripheral. Older women can usually count on financial support from family members living at home or contributions from the earnings of grown children. The state however, provides one of the best pension schemes in the developing world, which can rival many advanced nations, and the country provides an unconditional social care for it’s most vulnerable. </li></ul>