Drove 6 hours from Douala to Bamenda. The drive was magical, you guys should know I love plants!
After playing soccer on the beach in Limbe, we went to a spot where you could enjoy eating while taking in the view of the ocean. I had grilled fish and a choice of miondo as a side because, of course. I saw men bringing a boat back to land so I had to put my tasty fish down for a sec and snap it. ((team effort))
Always impressed by the youth
On my way to Limbe, we stopped for a few minutes to check out a site where a volcanic flow had reached the road before stopping. This eruption from Mount Cameroon happened almost 20 years ago. The man pictured above was selling stones and shells, I bought a purmice stone for my mom for almost little to nothing.
It was such a perfect time to take pictures on Sunday. The streets weren’t busy with taxis and motobikes. People were still out selling their “market tingz”but nothing compared to the flow on weekdays.
So I have been back in the States for almost a month and I am already dreaming about going back home again. Honestly I was already yearning for another trip the moment the plane took off going back to the States. As I’ve mentioned in the last post about my trip to Cameroon, my experience really puts a lot of things into perspective. I am taking things slow and finding every reason to enjoy life. I am looking forward to 2018 because it is going to be mine. In 2015 I had a revelation from the most high and I’ve held onto it since. I just feel so excited about what God has in store for me. I have nothing else to do but to celebrate now.
Next post I will be talking about my word of the year. For 2017 my word was Abundance.
For 2018, my word is……