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Monday, 30 June 2008

Two Steps from Cameroon border...

The peak of the Ranch, at about 1,756 meterst asl
with the presidential lodge and the helipad,

Straight ahead beyond the helipad... the Cameroon borderline

Daily cleaning of the presidential lodge

8 detached chalets are available for presidential assistants...

Built following an exclusive design, 100% Finnish wood
due to last 5 hundred years.

Sunday, 29 June 2008

The Grotto's Waterfall.

It's called the Grotto, within a short 10 mn walk from the Ranch,
A natural swimming pool with very very fresh, running water
which must be wild and very impressive in the rain season.

The shelter allows visitors to rest on its benches
listening to the water music

This must be the Anape village market, relocated to let some place for the golf course...

Apart from Anape and Banana, there are four other villages I didn't see
on the Obudu plateau,
named Kejiuku, Okpazanga, Apa Ijili and Kigo -
the last one is a Gorilla camp.

More on the Obudu culture in The Daily Sun, by Philip Nwosu.

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