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... lots of good afternoons and extra welcomes. We got the bikes washed in the town (looks barns new!) and wandered round eating snacks and generally having a snoop, we didn't get te usual groups following and asking lots of questions but more stares... Ate some more meat street food (just wont learn). The sales process was to the point; Q; what meat is this? A; meat. Q; hmm is it beef, or cow? A; meat. Q; ah like sheep? A; meat. Q; Erm...goat? A; meat. Q; ok I'll have ...
... Wow, I still cannot believe I am in Cameroon. I spent a while talking with Yoshi about Japan. He is such a kind, gentle, man. I have so much respect for him.
Late afternoon, we stopped in a small village which was typical in its West African feel.
Finally, we arrived at Bansoa and set up our free camp in the village (in front of over a hundred villagers). Time to get the French dictionary out!.
... children packed chillies into vast sacks, their yellows, reds and oranges spilling out as rare colour in the stormy gloom. Mountains rose and fell. Thick clouds wreathed their forested peaks. The scenery was unspeakably beautiful.
At each bend in the piste the driver mercilessly pounded his horn. We were grateful as occasionally massive trucks loaded 3m in the air with people and goods would swing around a blind corner. I did my best not ...
... has many) - I can now say I've met a queen. It turned out also that we could meet the Fon, so long as we paid for the privilege and brought with us a gift for the man himself. Now what gift would you consider to be appropriate for royalty? Maybe some candlesticks. Maybe a book. Na. This Fon has a particular taste for Amstel beer and to recieve a crate of this is his preferance. We ...
... Cameroon, in a rather uneventful journey on flat, smooth and altogether good roads. Such instances are worth noting.
Once checked into somewhere to sleep, we talked through the Ring Road circuit that encircles the Grassfields with our hotel manager who proved to be a great source of knowledge. Some information I'm sure was lost in translation - this is a Francophone town - but we got the essence of what he was telling us... it was possible!