Archive for December, 2013

  • The crater lake of Barombi Mbo was called “Elephant lake” at the time of the German colony, but the elephants were victims of the ivory trade. They are no longer […]

    Uphill to Cameroon’s inland mountains

    The crater lake of Barombi Mbo was called “Elephant lake” at the time of the German colony, but the elephants were victims of the ivory trade. They are no longer […]

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  • Right in the middle of the jungle of Gabon, the counter is now at 18000 kilometers. Where we left this morning, a village of 2 inhabitants, the previous village with […]

    18000 KM !

    Right in the middle of the jungle of Gabon, the counter is now at 18000 kilometers. Where we left this morning, a village of 2 inhabitants, the previous village with […]

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  • I am now upside down!   Gabon is so far intriguing. The country is relatively rich, it exports lots of wood and petrol but produces nothing else. It seems all […]

    Equator

    I am now upside down!   Gabon is so far intriguing. The country is relatively rich, it exports lots of wood and petrol but produces nothing else. It seems all […]

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  • Limbe speaks English. Some of the northern part of Cameroon is anglophone: similarly to Togo, the colony was divided between the British and the French when the Germans, occupants of […]

    Around and on Mount Cameroon

    Limbe speaks English. Some of the northern part of Cameroon is anglophone: similarly to Togo, the colony was divided between the British and the French when the Germans, occupants of […]

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  • After the rough roads of the ring road in the North West region, Cyril joined me again and we are heading to Yaoundé via dirt roads only. It takes a […]

    17000 KM !

    After the rough roads of the ring road in the North West region, Cyril joined me again and we are heading to Yaoundé via dirt roads only. It takes a […]

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