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C'est le grand jour. Nous souhaitons à tous nos petits loulous et à leurs enseignants une bonne #rentrée scolaire. Sans oublier les parents qui sont aussi aux commandes pour que tout se passe bien.
This is THE day. We wish all our little guys and their teachers a good #backtoschool. Not to mention the parents who are also at the controls to make everything goes well.
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Bamoun's sultanate.
All #Africa in only one country. Wellcome in #‎Cameroon‬, the multifaced counrty.
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Hi there!
i wish you a good day from Podoka village, from the foot of  Madara Mounts
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Au pied de Kossipo, l'arbre sans âge.
En effet, certaines études lui donnent un millier d'années, d'autres un peu moins. Une chose est certaine, Kossipo est si grand que certaines de ses racines sont aussi grosses que des troncs d'arbre, et malgré nos efforts, nous n'avons pas pu l'avoir en photo jusqu'au sommet. il faudra peut-être y retourner avec "du matos de pro"
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2016-03-24
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Tracer sa route et suivre son chemin, par ce que le futur se construit aujourd'hui
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"Tous les chemins mènent à Rome"
En 4x4 ou en moto, nous arriverons tous au village
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Let's go for a little canoe ride  on the Wouri River in Douala  and its surroundings.
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Le parcours commence ici. Direction tout là haut, au sommet du Mont Cameroun.
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The journey start here. Direction while up there, on top of the Mount Cameroon
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En voyage au Cameroun, vous pouvez habiter en ville à l’hôtel ou chez Patricia, ou alors opter pour un séjour plus calme au village et partager la case de Nkamu. Et pourquoi pas les deux ?
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When traveling in Cameroon, you can stay in the city at the hotel or at Patricia’s home, or opt for a quieter stay at the village and share Nkamu’s hut. And why not both?
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Cameroon, wild and urban land, with a temperate and desert climate.
Country of the mountains (sometimes volcanic) and plains, steppe, savannah and rainforest where runs rivers with impressive waterfalls, sometimes lined with thin or black sand beaches. Lions, gazelles, birds, monkeys and other animal species live in this diverse nature.
Real crossroads of African art, the different ethnic groups in Cameroon help diversify his cultural heritage. This cultural and geographical diversity has earned him the nickname of Africa in miniature
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