Blog: Motorcycle Travel Around the World
I blog roughly each week about my motorcycle travel around the world and generally what's going on.
Sometimes it's about motorcycle riding, and other times it's about anything else that is happening.
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The morning after devouring snake for supper, I continued to the Gabon border to leave Cameroon.
Getting stamped out of Cameroon was easy enough.
However, entering Gabon at Woleu Ntem was entirely different.
The immigration police turned me away because I didn't have a hotel reservation despit...
I camped 1 Km from the city centre in Yaounde and it was surprisingly peaceful given its proximity to the city centre.
The first evening, a storm moved in and battered my tent.
I've got into the habit of not pegging the tent into the ground, which meant great flexibility in the structure permitted l...
After a fantastic experience in Nigeria, I crossed the Cameroon border.
The formalities at the border were fine and I rested in the next town for a days, which was Banyo.
From there, I rode to Tibati then headed South to the capital, Yaoundé.
No petrol stations from Tibati until near Yaoundé,...