Posts filed in Cameroon 2010

Life could get harder

Posted Tuesday September 15, 2015 by Hazel Durbridge

Kribi harbour view Jane, the peace corps volunteer with me in Bogo told me that the irritating peace corps person from the elephant mango book out near Kaele where Gwendoline...

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A Cameroon Christmas

Posted Tuesday September 08, 2015 by Hazel Durbridge

  I had a great Christmas and New Year with A*, J2 and FP. It was quite precious to have two children as a captive audience for 10 days even...

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pre Christmas thoughts

Posted Tuesday September 01, 2015 by Hazel Durbridge

J1 decided he was not coming out with the others. He was travelling a lot with the marines and a family holiday in a not very luxurious place was not...

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Oudjilla

Posted Tuesday August 25, 2015 by Hazel Durbridge

I went up the Mandara mountains to Oudjilla which is an animist/Christian village where the chief has 50 wives, except he is 97 now and only has 12 left! One...

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I got stuck on the train

Posted Tuesday August 18, 2015 by Hazel Durbridge

I got stuck on the train coming north from Bamenda.   I had THE most eventful journey home. I left Tuesday teatime and all was well until just after 7.30am the...

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