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... in peoples personal space to take photos. The drinks were expensive and weren't overly tasty so one and done! We ran out the door back to our hotel in time for happy hour!! This was much more enjoyable. Did I mention we even get snacks?!
By the time we were ready to find dinner it was around 8.30pm. We had difficulty finding anywhere that was still open. We had to settle with a small Irish pub - the only place open!
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... working a few last days at work, and going to the Saturday market one last time.
Our team leader, Sophie, will be arriving a day earlier than I, and will be at the airport when I arrive on Thursday evening. Josh, the other person on our team, will arrive on Friday in the late evening. Paul, our contact from our first partnering organization Breaking Ground will meet us in Yaounde on Friday ...
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... not the best but clean, cheap, central. No bugs ! Big cheap eaterie and bar next door. Spent the rest of day/ night wondering around downtown . A long walk via a well rough area with tents and shelters built on sidewalks got us to the groovy Pearl district for Ian's micro - brewery needs.i felt a bit ill but we stayed late and had a hilarious and characterful taxi driver who sang along loudly to his country cd of Alan Jackson ( apparently huge here !) was witty about life ...