Life has been busy lately, my apologizes for the delayed posting. However, like the saying goes, it’s better late than never, so here is the next episode of my 25 days aventure.
My holidays were officially getting started. Hahahh, the main reason being that I wanted to travel and discover the country. We visited numerous cities and places I hadn’t been to, and oh boy… it was so worth the effort, time and money.
We visited an attractive touristic site in a village called Ebogo located in the Centre region of Cameroon. From the site’s location and activities, the atmosphere, the food, the people’s hospitality to our discoveries, I am happy to say that our stay was very relaxing, enjoyable and memorable.
So what did we end up doing? Walking, chatting and connecting with one another far away from family, friends and the world. I say far away because there was no network/internet at the site. It’s all peace and tranquility from day one till the last day.
This being said, the very special
activity we did was canoeing on river Nyong, one of the largest rivers in the Centre. It was an amazing aventure, in the course of which our tour guide narrated stories about river Nyong and eventually took us on a mini hike in the forest. We discovered that the Touristic site houses several valuable national assets, such as the largest tree (The Kossipo) in Africa, also tagged as one of the oldest in the world (more than 1200 years). I couldn’t believe my eyes, but yet it seems to be true, to the extent where the tree is protected by the ministry as a valuable treasure.