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This morning Armel arrived at the hotel a little before 5:30 with the same car and driver, Jean-Jacques, who transported us the last time I was here with Daniel Harper. I had enough cash on me for immediate needs so we didn't need to hunt up a place to change money before starting out.
We drove out from the center of Douala in the dark, but the streets were already coming alive under a drizzle of rain, with people walking hither and yon, and businesses beginning to ...
This morning, I woke up at about 7:45 AM and had a shower. It had been a long night. I awoke a few times with congestion and post-nasal drip accompanied by a slight headache. Yes, I do think that the mold and mildew of the Lome Ibis got to me and is causing some sinus problems. This is disappointing since I am feeling healthy otherwise. As I took my shower, I thought ahead to where I might be staying tonight, and I decided to take my time in the warm water. From what Mr. M ...
It was an early start today. I set the alarm for 5:45 AM. After a shower and a bite to eat, it was time to hit the road at 6:30 AM. Armel was there waiting, and the driver was outside. The driver's name is Jean-Jacques. Mr. Meeker asked him if his last name was Rousseau, and he got a chuckle. This was a good sign that our driver is an amiable fellow. The driver knew it was 240 km to Yaounde. After that, it would be another 110 km to Nkoteng. At first ...
... Jean-Jacques on navigating the sometimes difficult track. The Carola didn’t look quite the same when we came out the other side.
We finally pulled into Yaoundé, where we would have a quick bite of lunch. We were looking for a highly rated café which I wanted to try, but it wasn’t where the GPS said it would be (yes, you can use GPS for some things even in Africa), so we stopped at a Turkish restaurant ...
... a very small site here next year. It would be inexpensive to organize a site in Nkoteng, but power often goes off for days at a time, and running water is problematic too. It is also far away for the other people in the country, so we’ll have to think this over carefully.
I gave them some copies of literature that I had carried over for them. They were excited to see the magazines and booklets, and could hardly keep from diving right in, but our ...