Travel Blogs from Yaounde
... hundred low-rise apartment units. True, we have to go outside for all goods and services, but if it were proposed to put in a cafe or shop or recreation hall, I'm sure it would meet with approval. And, more to the point, we wouldn't be asked, it would just happen. Even I could only object intellectually, not emotionally. And if these services are good to have inside the wall, why not schools, hospitals, airports, etc? (At this a few of ...
... bit!) After that we found a Tommy, another overlander from the uk. He's a bit battered and down on confidence so we go for a bite to eat and a beer at yaoundes o'biker, biker bar as recommended by the guys at DMC (Denver motorcycle club)! Quite surreal! Good night and we've invited Tommy to ride with us if he wants, he's a few visas to sort out first ...
... bakery) for the bread and then returned to the camp site.
I decided to meet the neighbours today. I sensed something amiss and I discovered what it was. Both neighbours complaining about the other and us potentially caught between the two (only if we chose to be though). These guys were students from the nearby university (down the track) living with their grandmother. I sensed no dishonestly on their ...
... the compound next Thursday. Hopefully in the next few days we will be able to see Oku, which is a lakeside, mountain village nearby that is known for its extreme beauty. Our schedule is quickly filling up and we have only been here for one day :-/ We have lots of pictures, which I will upload the next time we go to the internet. I brought the camera with me this time, but in a moment of idiocy I forgot the cable needed to transfer the files.
Andy and Leah
... Cameroon 12th Apr 2009
It was indeed all tar from Ndjole to the border, but we took it easy, making only about 200k before checking in to luxurious accommodation, and air conditioned comfort.
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