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Elephants!!

Now that is Africa! Oh, and 10 feet behind you when you took that picture was a Lion..............you just didn't see him............cause he wasn't hungry.

Are Hippos' as big as I think they are? I think they're really big.

Nigeria. Just increase your speed as you go through.

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Elephants!!

Now that is Africa! Oh, and 10 feet behind you when you took that picture was a Lion..............you just didn't see him............cause he wasn't hungry.

Are Hippos' as big as I think they are? I think they're really big.

Nigeria. Just increase your speed as you go through.
There certainly are lions in that park...

Hippos are bigger than you think they are! I have seen many that weigh more than the Jeep! (6,000lbs)

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After 12,800 miles through 12 countries, the time has come to enter Nigeria!



Starting tomorrow, follow a post every day on The Road Chose Me for the duration of my drive across Nigeria.

I am not certain I will have the ability to update here as I move through, so be sure to follow The Road Chose Me on Facebook so you don't miss an update, or check The road chose me every day!

(You can also sign up for email updates from The Road Chose Me - fill in the form on the top right of screen at The road chose me)



This is one I have been anxious about for many months.

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Hi All,

Nigeria is rolling along.

I drove in, through an interesting Immigration post and did not get any paperwork for my Jeep at all.
I really hope that does not become a problem.....
Into Nigeria | The Road Chose Me


On the first day I went through a lot of intense military checkpoints, and had to deal with prices magically going up...
Across Nigeria. Day One. | The Road Chose Me




There are daily updates on The Road Chose Me, and Facebook and Instagram. Don't miss a day as I drive across Nigeria!

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why didn't you wave the guy on the bike down and assist in aiming his headlight??


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Hi All,

Ahhhh, I got the website fixed, sorry it's been offline.
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For those that missed it, the journey across Nigeria has been amazing, here are a few links to the pages you might not have seen while the site was down:

Moving North to the smallest border of the entire expedition:
Across Nigeria. Day Ten. | The Road Chose Me

(This is the international border!)


Nigeria Ends:
Nigeria Ends | The Road Chose Me

Crossing into Cameroon at a border where the Immigration officer had never seen a single foreigner in his three year posting!
Into Cameroon | The Road Chose Me



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Just drive fast through there. You're not missing anything.

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Dan,
All that talk of Jolof rice got me wanting some. Found a few recipes online and a little of what I know. Absolutely delicious. I added a bit of heat with red pepper flakes. Response from the family was awesome. Wife said it was my best dish (kind of makes me think I don't cook good though) and my kids are asking for seconds. They are not picky eaters, but usually don't like the spicer dishes.

I can see where you would eat this every time you saw it.

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Dan,
All that talk of Jolof rice got me wanting some. Found a few recipes online and a little of what I know. Absolutely delicious. I added a bit of heat with red pepper flakes. Response from the family was awesome. Wife said it was my best dish (kind of makes me think I don't cook good though) and my kids are asking for seconds. They are not picky eaters, but usually don't like the spicer dishes.

I can see where you would eat this every time you saw it.

Godspeed
That's awesome, I didn't even think of making my own. I always have tons of rice... hmmmm, maybe new favourite dinner (I am getting very, very tired of Pasta with whatever vegetables I have...)

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I am roaming around the mountainous NorthWest of Cameroon, absolutely loving the lack of humidity and cool nights.
Slowing down is also really nice after the hectic pace of Nigeria.



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The Mountains of The Cameroon Ring Road | The Road Chose Me
Cameroon Tea Estates | The Road Chose Me

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Zero humidity? You lucky devil!

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Hi All,

I am absolutely loving the mountains of Cameroon.
Warm days, cool nights and almost no humidity.
Sleeping through the night is a novelty!

Also, the people are fantastic!




Read more here: Cameroon Mountain Wanderings | The Road Chose Me

Sooner or later I will have to drop back down to sea level.. it's going to be a shock!

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Looks beautiful. Also looks like that guy is cutting up the last white devil who passed through.

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Looks beautiful. Also looks like that guy is cutting up the last white devil who passed through.
Whatever it was, it was delicious!

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Hi All,

I am continuing around Cameroon, loving every second of the cooler mountain air.

The scale of Chinese road construction here is staggering, the jungle is being smashed down faster than my brain can comprehend!

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That's insane. Where are these bridges and roads going? Is this just infrastructure to allow the Chinese to rape the place?

When the Chinese are finished with them, they'll think the Brits were nice.

I always thought the trees there were awesome. Plus, I expected to see a monkey in every one.

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That's insane. Where are these bridges and roads going? Is this just infrastructure to allow the Chinese to rape the place?

When the Chinese are finished with them, they'll think the Brits were nice.

I always thought the trees there were awesome. Plus, I expected to see a monkey in every one.
Yeah, the roads and railways are all about extracting resources as fast as possible, and China is willing to do it.

There are monkeys in most trees when I go for a walk!

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Hey All,

I am still absolutely loving Cameroon!

In a single day I hiked to the summit of Mount Cameroon and back down again, over 20,000 feet of elevation change in a singe push.
To say that it kicked my *** is an understatement!
More: Mount Cameroon Summit - Day Hike | The Road Chose Me



After that, I went in search of some R&R, and found great camping on the black-sand beach near Limbé.
Amazingly, the oil refinery right next door did not diminish the beauty.
As usual, the ocean is bath water warm.
More: Around Limbe? | The Road Chose Me



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Hi All,

Cameroon continues to amaze!

I played with Chimpanzees in the jungle for a while day, THE most intense animal experience of my life


Read More: Marienburg Chimpanzees | The Road Chose Me

Now I have moved further South to the beach, which is absolutely stunning!

More: Around Kribi | The Road Chose Me

It's going to be hard to leave Cameroon!!

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Good to see they spotted one of their own and cleaned you up a bit.




I bet that was an awesome experience.

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Hey Everyone,

I am a little behind on editing video...
Here is what 5 days of slogging through West African mud in Ivory Coast looks like.


I would love to get feedback on these videos.
What do you want to see?
More or something?
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let me know!

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Great Video and documentation of the whole trip. We're Really enjoying it, even got my wife following it. What drone do you have? From the shadow looks like a Mavic Pro. More aerial shots would be cool.


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Great Video and documentation of the whole trip. We're Really enjoying it, even got my wife following it. What drone do you have? From the shadow looks like a Mavic Pro. More aerial shots would be cool.


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Thanks for the feedback!

I don't actually have a drone with me - they are illegal in quite a few west African countries, and I can't be bothered dealing with it.
That into sequence was filmed in the US by a friend, I think it was a DJI Phantom 3.
I did promise myself that if the YouTube went well and I was enjoying editing up the videos I would buy myself one at the half way point in South Africa. We'll see.

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Hey Everyone,

Cameroon has been absolutely fantastic, though all good things must come to an end.

I spent even more time at beach-side paradise, searching for turtles on the border with Equatorial Guinea, one of the most corrupt countries in the world.
Read more: Chasing Turtles in Ébodjé | The Road Chose Me


Now I am cutting inland through the thick jungle, heading for Gabon.
Read More:Cameroon Closes | The Road Chose Me


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Dan, this is so awesome! Thanks for the updates and sweet pics and videos! Totally inspiring for sure!!
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Cameroon has been absolutely fantastic, though all good things must come to an end.

I spent even more time at beach-side paradise, searching for turtles on the border with Equatorial Guinea, one of the most corrupt countries in the world.


Now I am cutting inland through the thick jungle, heading for Gabon.


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That could be the reason the President of EG lives on the island of Malabo. Helps to have what is essentially a giant moat between you and the folks you're screwing over. All the oil money pouring into Malabo, never leaves Malabo.
Chevron used to run a nonstop flight to Malabo once a week from Houston.

Gabon should be cool.

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