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16th February Drove into Cameroon, and camped at approx 2.30pm at an 'Inn' just over the border - we couldn't go any further as the road through the jungle is closed at night, due to bush-meat poachers and illegal logging. Cade went down with (very probably) malaria. We celebrated a double birthday - Ben and Benny. Now back on CFAs as currency, but Central African ones!
17th February ...
With an early start we were at the border by 10am and all formalities completed, through to the other side by noon. It was really obvious we were in another country as the road deteriorated immediately. No more smooth bitumen, it was all lumpy, bumpy dirt from now on with several dodgy bridges thrown in. That slowed down our progress enormously but gave us more time to soak in the surrounds. Lots of green, lots of mountains and mostly small shabby villages along the ...
The new Hilton is nothing to write home about, but it was clean and service was great. We held our meetings right there, in the board room. The meetings were short, hopefully an easy job. Food was mediocre. By the second day we found that the food at the outdoor bar & grill was the ...
Although the rain came into the door of the tent in the morning, it was so comfortable in the liner and in the tent.
Yes, it certainly still is rainy season, albeit hot and humid nonetheless. After a very nice breakfast, I did some, exercise and some jobs before heading off into Limbe in order to get the ingredients for tonight's supper. Yoshi has joined our group and Toni has gone to another group. ...
I awoke to the sound of the ocean waves and read in the tent until sun rise. After breakfast, Yoshi and I took a walk through the botanical gardens and up the hills overlooking Limbe.
This was a great (albeit tiring) walk. The weather was coolish so it was not that tiring. At the top of the mountain, we met a guy called Godlove who we spoke to for a while. He was happy to show us the trees in his ...
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