Sunday, 22 May 2011

Exploring the Jungles of Manjo, Cameroon

Manjo lies in the Littoral region of Cameroon with a variety of ethnic groups including the Bamileke. An agricultural city, the biggest cash crops are coffee, bananas, and pineapples.

Today, Ashley and I headed off into the jungle!

The jungles of Manjo

Living in a regional city, I find it great to explore other PCV's posts as each PCV has a widely disparate experience! From her house, we walked about forty-five minutes to come across this bridge – it’s nothing more than a hollowed out tree.

A fantastically classic bridge!

Before the night ended, I attempted to send my dad an e-card as it’s his birthday today (happy birthday, Dad!). Hopefully it went through, but with a sketchy internet connection, who really knows what I actually sent him?

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