Saturday, January 26, 2013


While visiting with Elder and Soeur Gailey in Douala, we drove 1 1/2 hours to Limbe'.  It is famous for the "black" sand beaches.  It was beautiful and interesting to see lava rock and black sand on the beach of the ocean.  Here are some of our pictures:

These girls were swimming on the beach, so we took our pictures with them.

On a clear day, we would have been able to see Mt. Cameroon.

Part of the entrance fee of $3, included a free soft drink in this restaurant.

They can get so much on top of these vans.

As we were crossing the river, we saw these men who dive for sand.  Then they unload it onto the beach and then into the trucks.  All by hand, of course.

There were many plantations of banana, plantain and rubber trees along the way.

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