|Ernest leads the way.|
|Up in the tree! It's a man-made beehive!|
|Trees on Mt. Oku.|
|Traps used to catch rodents.|
|Grasslands and forest.|
|We were quite impressed that Ernest spotted this |
chameleon in a tree some five meters off the path.
|Pidgin English deployed in mobile phone carrier advert. |
Gari is made of ground cassava. You add sugar to make it tastier.
|Today is for the women. The students will still be at school tomorrow.|
|Float promoting/demonstration voter registration.|
|Bafut palace's grandstand and the compound entrance. The grass |
Takombang House holds the Fon's ceremonial drum (for broadcasting messages).
|Bafut palace compound. Only the Fon and his |
advisors can enter the thatched-roof Achum building.
|Similar to Oku and other Northwest Region fondoms, |
spiders and lions are symbols of wisdom and power.
|In the old days adulterers and other criminals were|
tied here, beaten, and left for wild animals.
|Our neighbours at a bar in Bamenda. This night belonged to the ladies.|