Category Archives: 06 Cameroon

A Mighty Tree Has Fallen

Before leaving Douala, I was determined to collect oil from a restaurant that an eager French woman I met on the beach at Pointe Noire a couple of months ago had put me in touch with. The proprietor had been … Continue reading

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Shifting Sands

For me, the relief of arriving at a beautiful beach after many hard weeks’ slog is surpassed only by the relief of finally leaving it behind. It’s so energizing to be Back On The Road. You feel immediately invigorated and … Continue reading

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Good Vibrations

Spoiler alert! For those of you who go green with envy reading about tropical paradises: read no further, unless you want to be sick. Kribi is everything you could possibly imagine – white-sanded, warm sea-ed, palm-fringed perfection. Google it because … Continue reading

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Of Lions and Eagles

Cameroun is our favourite country so far. As soon as we drove across the wide river Ntem we felt an instant change. In the scruffy Immigration shack the other side, the official got up and leaned over his table to … Continue reading

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