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  • Substitute for chocolateA friend asked me if there was anything he could send me. Perhaps some chocolate? At the time I replied that I did not know how to receive post. A postal service does not exist in the same sense as Posted by tamara_p in Witchcraft & Jujus in Cameroon | Jul 20, 2008
  • Holidays!Back in Kumba, I found myself taking a few pictures for Harry's mum (who is still, 3 weeks later, in Nigeria after the death of her sister) at the wedding of one of the people who used to live at Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | Jun 21, 2008
  • Holidays!Thursday the 29th day of the month of May didst cometh, and oh! how the students of DBA didst rejoice. Well, sort of. After the end of term exams the previous Friday, the whole week had had a very relaxed Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | Jun 21, 2008
  • Notes from a volunteerIt is difficult from the West to truly understand this environment. It is not a superstition; it is a part of life. In Cameroon witchcraft and magic is powerful and strong in the minds of the people. There are the Masqueraders Posted by tamara_p in Witchcraft & Jujus in Cameroon | Jun 14, 2008
  • School's out...I had a feeling that May would whizz past. It seems like no time at all since I last wrote here but the date tells me it's been 10 days since. That's one sixth of my time here since April Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | May 27, 2008
  • Nearing the halfway point...Hello once again to you all. As I write now, I find that time has been moving rather quickly for me, since Monday 19th May marks the halfway point of my second installment in Cameroon before I return for good Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | May 16, 2008
  • Celebrations and ComiserationsMy three day week went pretty quickly, and suddenly National Labour Day was upon us. At DiBCIT we had managed to get a newsletter done and were left with one half-finished thanks to the half-week. Thanks to completely forgetting about both Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | May 7, 2008
  • Ups and DownsAfter what felt like a very long week (I later realised this was because although I had started work on the Monday, I had been here since the previous Thursday), it was Friday! The week had been a little frustrating Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | May 7, 2008
  • The Third TermAlthough I couldn't quite imagine it when Harry told me before I left that it would be a whole different experience coming back, I am beginnning to see exactly what he meant. Leaving at the time I did, everything was always Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | May 7, 2008
  • The Long Awaited Return...I'm quite pleased with that title really; 3 in 1 efficiency for the win! Hoping that you've actually enjoyed my blog so far, I'll stick my neck out and say that you might have cared enough about my blog to wonder Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | Apr 22, 2008
  • StrikesIf you are reading this, then it means things have calmed down in Kumba. At the moment, I am neither at work – like I usually am at 10:30am on a Tuesday – nor at Harry’s house. Since yesterday afternoon Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | Mar 6, 2008
  • Old friends re-united!When I last left you I was moaning about how I didn't have my bag. Thankfully I can give you all some much better news this time - I have it!!! On Thursday I went into Douala with Harry, and we Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | Feb 10, 2008
  • Back to school...I thought it was going to be a tough first week but it turned out to be great. The assembly on monday was more amusing than scary, and since then I've been in a couple of classes to observe and Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | Feb 5, 2008
  • Going south...To say that my journey here was uneventful would be more than slightly inaccurate on my part. What I can also stress is that the mere imagination of life in Africa (or at least Morocco or Cameroon), even with the Posted by McTag in Joe's Gap Year in Cameroon | Feb 5, 2008
  • testtest Posted by murraykest in My travel adventures | Dec 21, 2007
  • Study in CameroonWELL COME TO MY WORLD OF EDUCATION. It is a very nice track knowing that you are to study in Cameroon. As I said before I am a SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER in my country, which has studied from lower level to Posted by bosunwill in Senior Bosun Will Travellers Agency | Jul 13, 2006
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