Whether Mirembe and I traveled through the city of Yaounde, the village of Tombel, the schools of Tiko, or the lively streets of Limbe, we have been having nothing but fun and unexpected experiences in our time with buddies Fabian Ekukwe and his assorted brothers, cousins, aunties, and sisters.
Why do I use the word "unexpected"?
Because after shaking the hand of a monkey that refused to let go, visiting monuments, taking late-night strolls by the sea and being "forced" to eat an assortment of non vegetarian dishes, our time in Cameroon was indeed a blast!
Below, you will witness why Mirembe and I love Cameroon -- and can't wait to return as soon as possible!
On our way to the African Bush doctor to treat Mirembe's foot.
This bridge freaked Mirembe out.
Waiting her turn with Jude
Fabian lets me take a photo while we wait.
Here, you can watch me being welcomed by students in Tiko!
The vegetarian going in on some chicken. #survival #sistagotstodowhatshesgotodo #dontbemad #nojudgement
Mirembe is posing!
Mother and daughter
Watch the students of Tiko welcome me here!
At the 50th Centennial monument, after going to church in Tiko where I spoke with a women's group.
As usual, Fabian is on the case! Lol
Taking in my surroundings.
Taking a picture with Baby K before she returns to school. Hey, Baby K!
Watch Mirembe ask a question of Tiko students here. :)
A selfie taken when Mirembe first arrived at the airport.
A lioness at a zoo in Yaounde.
Lovely statue in Yaounde
And of course Andrew! :)