Hotel Merina Yaounde centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Yaounde
... It was like watching a lizard gambol."
Atwood is too much like a literary Seinfeld. In an early novel: "impermeable, like a French raincoat." In The Blind Assassin, on p 474 she does a riff on "my heart has been acting up again" ... "bratty child ... Making a spectacle of itself," and on p 503 there is a riff on "got himself killed."
I had not read anything of Atwood's for many years, until I recently read The ...
... 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 ...
... in town. We also had a magnificent meal at an Indian restaurant at the back of the Mahama supermarket. The food was amazing, the prices more than reasonable and the staff actually knew what service was. It was something we hadn’t come across in quite a while so it stood out all the more.
We met an English brother and sister at the mission who were doing much the same trip as us in a 20year old Toyota Land cruiser. We were ...
Last night was the first time since Morocco, I woke up cold and needing to put clothes on. Not to self. Do not get too comfortable and smug in the tent!
We set off at 9 o'clock heading east towards Douala and eventually Yaounde. The mountains around the Limbe area are beautiful but very soon the landscape became really flat, dense rainforest.
The sun made its first appearance in three days. Mid morning, we passed over the ...
... in a place that was not easily seen. Anyway, I found it funny that the Cameroon gendarmes would be upset at an American taking a picture of the American Embassy. I barely made it 12 hours without having my information taken by the authorities!
We had the opportunity in Yaounde to catch up with the university students that DOORs Cameroon is sponsoring, Harris and Basil. Both are doing wonderfully. Unfortunately they are not able to live with one another because ...