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... how westerners imagine a post-Apocalyptic world, vestiges of civilization slowly crumbling. That’s not really what is happening here, but it could be mistaken for such a scene.
The sky stared to brighten, just we left the city limits, which took us about 40 minutes with the traffic which was already thick. The road cleared, and the sky brightened to reveal a low overcast. The drizzle turned to a rain as we drove east and north toward Yaoundé.
... was an omelette stand complete with a chef in a chef's hat! We just found a place to return to in Yaounde! That sealed the deal, and the taste of the omelette was pretty good. There was a variety of fruits and breads and even fried rice. I didn't hesitate to have a big breakfast knowing that we were heading out into the bush for the rest of the day and tomorrow. We left on time at 9AM headed toward Eseka. Armel, who studied in Yaounde for three years, really wanted to ...
... An hour or so later, I made some comments about how much I appreciated the N1 road's good pavement this far out. I spoke too soon, though, because only a few minutes later we actually reached the end of the road! There was more N1 under construction for several miles after the end, but it was blocked off to automobile traffic. The road became all dirt but nice and wide and relatively well groomed. It looked like the rains had not come this ...
... 8217;t checked in over a month the PO Box they’ve rented.
It was a very good visit all around. Simon had questions and felt encouraged to meet representatives of our Church.
Originally we had intended to spend the night in Nkoteng so we could have a longer visit. But the US State Department is warning about going to Cameroon at all, and especially warning about a kidnap risk by Boko Haram along the *****ian ...
... 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 ...