Cruising the West Central African Countryside Our escorted bus trip through the hills, plains, valleys and coastline of Cameroon is quite similar to taking a small ship cruise or a personal rail tour. Why?- it provided whistle stops, combined with extended visits, photo opportunities and overnight moorings. Ports of call on this 'amazing land cruise' from Yaounde and Douala, included Edea, Kribi, Limbe, Buea, Bafang, Bandjoun, Bafoussam, Bamenda, Bangangte, Bafia, Bafut, Foumban, Bafia, Maroua, Pouss, Mokolo, Rhumsiki, Mora and Waza National Game Park. Sounds like a heavy duty schedule - right? Well, the surprising thing was the fact that in spite of all the cities, towns and villages mentioned, nothing was the same. In other words, when they say "Africa in One country" they mean exactly that, as we discovered in a way that you could never do by flying . Whether the roads were smooth and broad or rough and dusty, there was always something new and interesting to look forward to.