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... I counted four truck and bus wrecks on the 150 mile (250 km) trip.
Each time we pulled up to a toll booth (it costs about 3 dollars – a dollar each at three tolls – to make the trip to Yaoundé) swarms of hawkers would come to the car selling soda, water, peanuts, cooked cassava, cola nuts (chew on one of those and you’re ready to compete in the Olympics), Kleenex, fruit, and if you want to place a special order, just ask, and the ...
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.
... is here….just believe its pretty haphazard with no apparent rules on traffic lights or rights of way, or in fact any discernible rules at all.
We found our way to a Presbyterian Mission which took in the occasional overlander, but we saw ...
... br> shovel into dump trucks to be used for construction in Yaounde. Our scenery changed
from mountainous to ﬂat rainforest climate. We saw our ﬁrst stop lights in the country of Cameroon. There were three, but only two were working. Drivers were following thelights, which apparently doesnʼt happen all the time.
Once we ...