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I recently visited some 'non tourist' areas as well as international hotels in Cameroon, Africa. There is quite a difference and you must dial in your survival skills in the small villages. One place I was at for over a week was Limbe, a coastal town of approx. 40,000 people about 60 km west of Duoala, the largest city in the country (over 3 MIL people and the airport hub). It's amazing how somewhat developed areas are blended in with basic third world communities and villages. Photography was challenging, but one day at Seme Beach just north of town provided the evening conditions over the black sand beaches I was hoping for. An unusual concept for an american, this is 'Sunset over the Atlantic'.
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