Archive for January, 2014

  • Gabon uses the CFA Franc, a currency to which I am well accustomed after visiting all the West African countries on the Atlantic coast. It is very useful to compare […]

    Into Gabon, the Woleu-Ntem

    Gabon uses the CFA Franc, a currency to which I am well accustomed after visiting all the West African countries on the Atlantic coast. It is very useful to compare […]

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  • Yaoundé makes a refreshing stop in Cameroon. Named after its German founder (Jaunde), the capital city spreads along the highway, from the north (presidential palace, embassy district), through the middle […]

    Yaoundé and the South

    Yaoundé makes a refreshing stop in Cameroon. Named after its German founder (Jaunde), the capital city spreads along the highway, from the north (presidential palace, embassy district), through the middle […]

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  • How is ICT taught at school in a village with no electricity?   All the villages of the Bamoun region are Muslim. The dirt road starting from Foumbot and heading […]

    The forgotten land

    How is ICT taught at school in a village with no electricity?   All the villages of the Bamoun region are Muslim. The dirt road starting from Foumbot and heading […]

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  • Sunday is church day, but this Sunday in Bamenda is super church day. The attendants of the cathedral walk in procession and sing cheerfully behind the priest on the main […]

    Into Bamoun country

    Sunday is church day, but this Sunday in Bamenda is super church day. The attendants of the cathedral walk in procession and sing cheerfully behind the priest on the main […]

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  • The northern part of the ring road is the toughest but is worth it for featuring the deadly Lake Nyos. After leaving Ndi Roland and Irene in Binka, I quickly […]

    The Ring Road (2/2)

    The northern part of the ring road is the toughest but is worth it for featuring the deadly Lake Nyos. After leaving Ndi Roland and Irene in Binka, I quickly […]

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  • After so much rain and bad roads since Limbe on the coast, I am finally getting closer to this ring road. I am on the way to Bamenda, the capital […]

    The Ring Road (1/2)

    After so much rain and bad roads since Limbe on the coast, I am finally getting closer to this ring road. I am on the way to Bamenda, the capital […]

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  • 19000 KM completed in my 20th country, Congo, in the massif du Mayombe, just before reaching Pointe-Noire. We didn’t really stop since Cameroon, and together with the poor connections in […]

    19000 KM !

    19000 KM completed in my 20th country, Congo, in the massif du Mayombe, just before reaching Pointe-Noire. We didn’t really stop since Cameroon, and together with the poor connections in […]

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