Travel Blogs from Bamenda, Cameroon

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Good time in Bamenda, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

Good time in Bamenda

A travel blog entry by cmuller

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... mes bagages jusqu'au prochain bled -asphalté please-. C'est donc avec sueur que j'arrive à proximité de Mamfé (à seul 100km's de Bamenda) en fin d'après-... eh oui comme à la bonne époque ;) aaah oui je profite au passage pour dire qu'il ne faut ...

Stuck in the mud - Cameroon style, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

Stuck in the mud - Cameroon style

A travel blog entry by beattie99

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So, firstly the blog locator is wrong, we're 15km from Ekoke (not bamenda, yet!). We crossed the border at Ikom intending to be in mamfe for 2pm. Border crossing was no problem and very friendly... Which is a sure sign it's going to be remote! We were ...

Камерун, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

Камерун

A travel blog entry by 2africa

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Камерун. Баменда, столица северозападной ...

Камерун, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

Камерун

A travel blog entry by 2africa

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Камерун. Баменда, столица северозападной ...

Камерун, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

Камерун

A travel blog entry by 2africa

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Камерун. Баменда, столица северозападной ...

Камерун, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

Камерун

A travel blog entry by 2africa

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Камерун. Баменда, столица северозападной ...

voluntourism in Cameroon, Belo, Cameroon travel blog

voluntourism in Cameroon

A travel blog entry by joshrudec

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... charitable cause...and share a desire to “do something good” RUDEC is trying to create this emerging industry in Cameroon to support the local communities and the local people. Interest people who want to support this industry can loo at ...

Tour planning and content writing volunteer needed, Belo, Cameroon travel blog

Tour planning and content writing volunteer needed

A travel blog entry by joshrudec

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As a new initiative of RUDEC we are creating a travel agency in Cameroon to support the local community and to bring foreign customers and we are looking for any volunteers who would like to be part of the project and to assist in the tour planning and ...

Hope for orphans, Belo, Cameroon travel blog

Hope for orphans

A travel blog entry by joshrudec

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Children in the rural areas of Belo face a big problem as they have be left behind by their parents who died because of HIV/AIDS or order unknown illness! We are looking for people who can support this kids with education,health,food and basic needs ...

going back home after a long time., Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

going back home after a long time.

A travel blog entry by fombi

after a long travel away from home am so excited to go back home and see my people and eat some of my special meal's. chawooooooooooo, talk to you ...

A new direction: RUDEC and sustainability, Belo, Cameroon travel blog

A new direction: RUDEC and sustainability

A travel blog entry by joshrudec

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Since its beginnings, RUDEC has been incredibly appreciative of all the support it has received from generous donors. Your assistance has enabled us to clothe, educate, and medicate over 50 orphans for the past 3 years. Beginning in March 2010, RUDEC ...

Chaos and Potholes, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

Chaos and Potholes

A travel blog entry by mariekecameroon

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Traffic in Cameroon seems, at least at first sight, to have no structure and no rules. Cars, trucks, motorbikes, pedestrians and the occasional cyclist all move along and across the same road. The pavements, where they exist, ...

Road Trip, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

Road Trip

A travel blog entry by barrteachers

... largest city in the Northwest Region and was a drastic  contrast to the peaceful countryside we had experienced so far in Cameroon.  People  lined the streets attempting to sell you almost anything they could carry on their head or  ...

There is no sugar coating the events of yesterday., Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

There is no sugar coating the events of yesterday.

A travel blog entry by frankicameroon

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Yesterday me and Anita took Stephan to the hospital in Mbingo as he had taken a turn for thr worst. We were seen fairly quickly, probably because we are white and were told Stephan needed to be admitted. I paid the 30,000 CFA in advance to admit him and ...

Weekend Walking and the Invasion of the Bugs!, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

Weekend Walking and the Invasion of the Bugs!

A travel blog entry by frankicameroon

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... ! Bucket washes all round. Yet we are still calling it a 'shower.' You have to get a bit loose with the definitions in Cameroon! WE HAVE COCKROACHES! Lovely. One surprised me in the kitchen last night, a bloody huge one. Me and Anita tried to catch it ...

Cops and robbers and chicken & chips., Belo, Cameroon travel blog

Cops and robbers and chicken & chips.

A travel blog entry by sianevans

... The following day we headed down to Douala to meet Louise's parents before going to Kribi for new year.  It's Cameroon's biggest tourist hotspot and full of French expats from Yaoundé.... which probably explains the presence of thieves on the ...

Civil Unrest in the Highlands, Belo, Cameroon travel blog

Civil Unrest in the Highlands

A travel blog entry by sianevans

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... , but also that their motivations for being educated should be so they can go abroad, not so they can have a positive impact in Cameroon. Anyway, so after a picnic lunch we made a sharp exit from the gardens and got en route to our next destination, Bali, ...

City of the Opposition!, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

City of the Opposition!

A travel blog entry by whitakerjo

... known as the de facto capital of the opposition to long running President Paul Biya and English speaking Cameroon. With many restaurants, shops, and cultures Bamenda is quite a site to see. After driving five hours through the Cameroonian countryside, it ...

The countdown begins....., Belo, Cameroon travel blog

The countdown begins.....

A travel blog entry by sianevans

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... in my rucksack to come home. In between the weekends a couple of weeks ago was national Youth Day, an occasion celebrated across Cameroon and where all the local schools from the Belo sub-division parade through the town centre.  In essence, this is ...

Pictures for the last entry, Belo, Cameroon travel blog

Pictures for the last entry

A travel blog entry by sianevans

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... I'd put some pictures up to accompany the last entry since I have computer access again at home now.... we're climbing Mt. Cameroon (second highest mountain in Africa after Kilimanjaro, don't you know) so I will write a proper wordy update then.  ...

Westward ho!, Belo, Cameroon travel blog

Westward ho!

A travel blog entry by sianevans

Goodbye east Africa, hello West. Here I am in Belo, Cameroon, my home for the next few months.  First though there are the last few days in Malawi I should catch up with. After Zomba we headed south to Blantyre, which is by far the biggest city ...

Up and up to new heights!, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

Up and up to new heights!

A travel blog entry by frankicameroon

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... the sides of mountain slopes. Truly, truly beautiful, I can't wait to put the pictures up! Well me and Daniel headed down to Bamenda yesterday to pick up some supplies (I needed some shampoo and a flash drive) and did you know you can fit 8 people inside ...

Mostly pictures...., Belo, Cameroon travel blog

Mostly pictures....

A travel blog entry by sianevans

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... Bamendjin Reservoir where there were rumoured to still be hippos living in the wild. This is unusual for this region (and maybe Cameroon as a whole, I’m not sure) as most wild animals have been 'chopped’ (eaten)... although there aren’t ...

From the Beauty of Belo to the Death of a Chicken!, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

From the Beauty of Belo to the Death of a Chicken!

A travel blog entry by frankicameroon

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Well greetings from Cameroon! Sorry this has taken me a while, the connection has been awful, so I think it's this rather than emails i'll be using! Well Belo is absolutely beautiful, there's quite a bit of rain but after all it is rainy season! So far ...

Chiefs and Police, Belo, Cameroon travel blog

Chiefs and Police

A travel blog entry by sianevans

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Hello! Sa'a?  (How is it?) I can’t remember quite where I left off last time (I’m writing at home to save precious internet minutes) but I have a few things to report on. Firstly, work.  The three of us (me, Louise & Justin) ...

Goodbya Mzungu, hello Unbangne, Belo, Cameroon travel blog

Goodbya Mzungu, hello Unbangne

A travel blog entry by sianevans

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OK, someone asked for an orphan blog, so here it is! I've been in Cameroon for just over a week now and am getting in to work.  It's pretty slow going at the moment as the organisation I'm volunteering with (RUDEC, Rural Development Centre) is only ...

Pas de lumière, pas de problème, Bamenda, Cameroon travel blog

Pas de lumière, pas de problème

A travel blog entry by hibiscusfizz

... important in this country) in a day in order to maintain their appearance. Cleanliness is something taken quite seriously in Cameroon, which I have discovered from personal experience. When a group of students from the program and I were walking back to ...

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