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This morning, Ben, the driver was at the hotel at 6:30 so we could leave at 07:00. It turned out he was from the north-west of Cameroon and English was his first language, so we spoke English, although his English was harder for me to understand than his French. The African accents tend to be more pronounced in English, that is to say, different from British or American English. I think the French have stayed more engaged in their former colonies, so there are more ...
Before I discuss The Year of the Flood, a few reflections on Atwood's prose style, prompted by a reading of The Blind Assassin:
p 407: "She feels heavy and soiled, like a bag of unwashed laundry."
This kind of comparison is very common in Atwood. Are we meant to understand that the character herself is conscious of feeling like laundry; or that the character feels heavy and soiled, and the comparison occurs to the narrator? ...
... br> There are so many interesting smells in Cameroon. I can honestly say that my hotel room has a very sour odor to it. It grossed me out last night when I got in, but oddly enough, I think Im getting used to it.
Im so thankful to have my own hotel room. The hotel were staying at is a mid-budget hotel costing appx 8000 cfas, or 15 dollars, per night. There is no hot water, and the toilet seat is missing, but the situation could be worse, so ...
Last night was cold! Time to switch to winter bag packing. And we still have not crossed the equator. I got up early to get my jumper and winter items from the truck and had a good sort out. Water ran out in the house so I felt glad to have showered last night.
After the best breakfast so far (sausage and egg barms), the money changer came and we got the extra money we needed for the Gabonese visa (70000 CFA). What a ridiculous amount of money to ...
... shirts that have Obama pointing to a crowd. People in Cameroon seem to really like Obama. They name their children, taxis, and businesses after him.
We arrived in Yaounde on Tuesday afternoon and have just been knocking around the city, meeting up with our friends and students. Today is our last full day in Cameroon! Our flight leaves on Friday evening. If all goes as planned we will be arriving on Saturday night in Denver. It's amazing how quickly a month passes.