Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Main Bastos Road


Twice a week I go to a friend's home to workout with her personal trainer. He is really good. Well, I judge that based on how sore I am after his workout. One morning, we decided to take a walk around Bastos (the city area where I live). I took this picture while we walked down the main road leading into bastos. This is a great shot of the crazy taxi drivers and one of the water drains that are frequently seen on the sides of the roads.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I always come back to read from you as if you are representing me back home. I am Cameroonian, replacing you in the US. :) Keep posting, you have more readers than you know.

9:05 PM  
Anonymous Nadine said...

Hi, I will be travelling from Paris to Maroua soon, and I landed on your blog while looking for flights from Yaounde to Maroua: could you please tell me whether the trip is easily feasible / reliable by plane? Otherwise, i'm planning to fly to N'djamena and drive there. Thanks in advance for you answer! Nadine.
nchehadeATgmailDOTcom

12:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello. I have been following your blog. it is really cool. I am from Aurora, Ill. Just graduated from Howard University and coming to Cameroon as a Fulbright Fellow. I am looking for a place and everyone has been leading me to bastos..and here I see u have a picture. I would love to have the opportunity to meet with you. I will land in Cameroon on Monday...I have promissed myself to I will bump into to you...boy would I love to communcate with you...Thank yo for your blog it is so...so...so...helpful and u look like your having a blast

my email address is

Maxine1983@yahoo.com

10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just hit your Blog I had a client email me from bastos cameroon who is moving to Vancouver BC Canada. I was wanting to call her and your clock on your site was very helpful. Cheers from around the world.

5:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your blog is very captivating. I am a cameroonian living in the US for the past 20 years and the first blog I have read about Africa that did not make me sad and my country dirty. Well almost. See the Cameroon soccer players are cute too with great physics and it was disappointing to hear you prefer the fairer arabs lol.
Great upbringing though. Your parents must be very proud of you. Great objectivity.

2:52 PM  

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