Monday, April 13, 2009

In a few hours I will board my flight to Charlotte, via Casablanca and New York. I am already dressed in my "goin' to America clothes." It is the first time in three months that I have worn long pants, and my crew neck shirt feels like a dog collar. It may be a few days before I have Internet access. I suspect that I won't have a lot to blog about anymore. In Cameroon, if I want to find something to write about, I need only walk down the street. Life in the US is too predictable. Maybe I'll have some interesting observations about the differences while I am still freshly back in the land of straight lines, friendly police officers and water fountains.


  1. I have enjoyed your blog more than I can find the words to say. It is as if I have witnessed a little slice of life in Africa. And as we are of the same gender and at the approximate same life stage, I found all of your observations absolutely fascinating.

    Thank you Nanci for your glimpse into area life in Cameroon.

    Taking you to lunch soon!


  2. Hello,

    I was just surfing on your blog and thought I should introduce myself. I am steve, I am an engineer currently working in yaounde Cameroon. I graduated in the USA before going back home over 7 years ago. I see you are in Cameroon as well, What do you do and I hope you are enjoying the country.

    Yours sincerely,

    Steve T.
    cell: +237 75 29 99 09