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On the road we had a
good run because the police checkpoints were just waving us through
and there were lots of lovely flowers to see. We managed to get to a
Church guest house where we knew we could stop and Mike went out on
the moped to get the part.
Went to a couple of supermarkets ...
... I persuaded them to jump in a taxi and come to the camp site to see the crime scene.
They kept telling me over and over about locking doors. How do you say, "preaching to the converted" in French?
Very shortly, we were back in the police station making a preliminary report which was hand written. As we (or rather I) translated the missing items, I felt sick to the pit of my stomach. I felt so so sad for the pair of them. The ...
... not highly recommended. Our friend is doing better but is bored out of her mind because she has been on bed rest for the past month.
Saturday night we stayed in Bamenda with a family related to our Fulani friends in Takui. It is so incredibly easy to make friends in Cameroon. People are so incredibly inviting. People actually want us to stay with them for as long as possible. It is not an inconvience to have guests. Actually a couple times this trip, people ...
... and got very stroppy with it when we complained.
Then on the 250k journey to the capital Yaounde we were stopped 15 times by the police who told us our car was illegal as it was right hand drive. Although we had checked this out before because we ...
Back in the pickup truck for the remainder of our trip. It took a little over six
hours, ﬁnally on paved roads. We passed through many villages that each had unique
qualities and at least two speed bumps each. There were always people walking
alongside the road, no matter if it looked like you were in the middle of nowhere.