Travel Photography Photos tagged as cameroon
Village between Youndere and Ngaundere in Cameroon
Cameroon in the rainy season is really green, even here when the rainforest is finished
Togselfie I kamerun etter en flott natt på toget til Ngaundere
Da er vi klare til å ta natt toget fra youndere til Ngaundere, kamerun. Bagasje er stuet inn I kupeen og vi er spente på hvordan reisen vil arte seg.
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In the dry season the river turns into a football field.
I'm the rather tall looking figure in the back frowning. Don't ask me why, I have no clue why I was.
It's easy to tell who I am, no?
We went to a children's school and taught them American games. If you look towards to the distance to the left, the white guy in the teal polo is me. I taught children how to play Frisbee, and of course we donated some sports equipment.
Some peasant farmers we found in the countryside outside Bamenda. Given the general isolation of the place it is probably a good guess we were the first white people these kids had ever seen.
Shanty fence to keep the goats in line, I suppose.
Took this picture while on a hill overlooking the city of Bamenda.
The first night we were in Cameroon we stayed at a Hotel in Douala. I imagine by African standards this Hotel was really good given the fact that we had AC and even a black and white television. It was still maddeningly hot even with the AC turned on, but we were comforted with an hour long parade through the streets of Douala during Easter festivities.
Here is the entire group that went to Cameroon. The nice African woman to the far right was our host's wife, although her name escapes me. If I remember correctly, she didn't speak as much English as her husband.
Its like where's Waldo, although it is dreadfully easy.
Steampunk art in Africa? Who would have known!
We were treated to a friendly school fütbol match, before a rare Cameroonian rain blasted the field.
Example of a street in Bamenda.