Sunday, February 04, 2007

My parents and I took an afternoon drive up Mt. Febe. We stopped on the side and took in a view that overlooked the city. We didn't get too many great shots because it was so dusty. Cameroon is currently in the dry season. And, during the months of December and January, Cameroon experiences a great deal of dust from the Sahara desert. The dry and dusty wind which causes this is called the Harmattan. This explains why the day was unclear.

We went to the Mt. Febe Monastery where we took a trip to their museum called the Petite Musee Cameronaise. In the picture we have a bed made from wood (which I believe is the NorthWest province) and a few bronze pipes (West province).


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