2012-01-25 to 02-03 - Random Cameroon, a set on Flickr. There were some really bad roads and some surprising pieces of engineering in Cameroon. All of these can be found in this photo album along with beautiful sunrises over an oil
2012-02-03 - Mefou Primate Sanctuary, Cameroon, a set on Flickr. The Sanctuary is run by Ape Action Africa. As the organisation is also involved in Mvog Betsi Zoo in Yaounde I was skeptical about our visit. But it turned out to
2012-02-02 - Mvog Betsi Zoo, Yaounde, Cameroon, a set on Flickr. Mvog Betsi to me seemed like an extremely sad place. While some of the primates seem happy in reasonably sized enclosures the lion and crocodile cages are in dire condition.
January 31, 2012. So what did you do last Sunday at 10 a.m.?
I stood on top of Mount Cameroon, the highest point in Western and Central Africa. I can't even begin to describe the feeling to finally arrive at above
2012-01-30 - Climbing Mount Cameroon, Day 3, a set on Flickr. On the last day of our hike we crossed a few more lava fields before we returned to the jungle and finally sea level.
NB: As there were so many photos
2012-01-29 - Climbing Mount Cameroon, Day 2, a set on Flickr. It was 10am on a Sunday when I made it to the summit of my first mountain. It was extremely windy but beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.
NB: As there were so many
2012-01-28 - Climbing Mount Cameroon, Day 1, a set on Flickr. At 4100m Mount Cameroon is West Africa's highest peak. That is a far behind Tanzania's Mt. Kilimanjaro but still a challenging hike.
The first day started in the jungle and ended
January 26, 2012. We've made it through Nigeria and crossed into Cameroon via a most unexpected bridge. The Chinese are over here busy building a road through the jungle. Next year you'll probably find a highway where we've bushcamped last