Hotel Meumi Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that because none of us reading this book would prefer this speculated world to our own, we won't let it happen -- it happens by itself.
Already there are plenty of people living in walled compounds. Probably most people would if they could. In the country where I write this (Malaysia) it is common for resident groups to hire security guards and install gates on public streets. Heck, I am sitting right now in a gated colony ...
A very easy 300km from Kribi to yaounde this morning, want to be lined up first thing Monday to collect our Angolan visas. A bit of a mission at finding accommodation but like a puzzle all the bits come together... We got picked up by Scott, Cameroonian biker who invited us to their Sunday meeting. We're welcomed in and even shared the prayer (Hmm ...
It was a comfortable night and the mood in the camp was rather sedate after yesterdays wake up call. Breakfast was a slow and relaxed affair.
After breakfast, Yoshi and I went nearby to shop for tonight's dinner. We found some great little stalls and quickly acquired all the vegetables we needed for tonight's meal. It was quickly getting hot with a few cloud breaks in between.
We went to the famous ...
... Salima was only 2 we we first met her, but she has now grown so big. She has been hugging us every time we see her and playing with us a lot.
Today we went and greeted the family head of the Kwikishwang compound, where we had our traditional wedding two years ago. It was wonderful to see everyone again. Friday we plan to go to the farm with Biggie, the head of the Kwikishwang compound. We will meet the Fon (King) of Nso on Saturday and see all of the ...
... ridiculous $200 per night without breakfast. We declined, and found an auberge in the nearby village.
That night it hosed down and with trepidation we set off North to the border. Although there was never any real danger of having to dig out