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... teachers, working in francophone African countries.
We loaded up and slowly made our way out of Douala. There was construction on the road leading to Yaoundé, and first thing in the morning, traffic is heavy, so we moved at a crawl. It took us an hour to go less than 10 miles. Finally we shook free of the traffic and started out on the most dangerous section of road in Cameroon. It's the most heavily traveled route, though only a two-lane road and ...
... seems unlikely: A tired feeling is one of the most common feelings going, but does anyone ever think, "I feel like laundry" ? And if it's latter, then it's affectation on the part of the author. She can't help showing off.
Atwood's prose contains many clever observations and clever turns of phrase, but she does not have an instinct for the one telling detail. She has an instinct for the list. Referring to dead children in ...
... For the most part, we will be staying in similar accomodations throughout the month, minus next week when we will stay with a host family.
I slept very well last night considering the 8 hour time change. I think this was because I didnt sleep very well on the plane rides, so my body was ready for rest, regardless of what time my body was used to it being in the States. I wont say that Im completely off the jetlag hook though; I am feeling ...
We headed onwards to the capital city Yaounde, but first we had to travel through Doula, the second largest in the country. My best description of it is chaotic, urban sprawl. Dirty, polluted and very unattractive. We were also picking up quite a negative vibe to our presence. Unlike other countries, where people were happy to wave and smile, the locals here were quite surly. They were quite often on the grog even in the morning and ...
... a country but it has to be done.
After doing some bits and pieces at the campsite, Yoshi and I set off to Yaounde. I felt my white Nike trainers by the side of the road hoping some one could take them and have a use for them!
We walked down and up the hills to the city centre. Suddenly, the street became quite frenetic with people trying to sell anything and everything. The streets toward Place Almadou Ahidjo were packed with vendors, cars ...
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