You're not supposed to take pictures of anything military but he didn't seem to mind-
I had planned to ride shotgun but soldiers hopped in the front with both Will and the Oasis driver Liam. The soldiers took off in their green bulletproof truck, followed by Oasis and then us. We drove close to 90 km/hour to Mamfe on excellent roads. Because it's Monday, it's 'ghost day' and vehicles are not allowed on the roads and the villages seemed deserted. People seem to be living in fear-
Once in Mamfe, we went to the police station for a few minutes, then they escorted us to a hotel where we are spending the night. Apparently in the morning we will be getting another escort south to Limbe. I do not feel the least bit afraid - to me it's a great adventure and I'd love to be riding in the back of the green lead truck with a machine gun in my hands or else riding shotgun in our truck with a rifle! Others on the truck are nervous wrecks! I find that funny because we have seen nothing the least bit dangerous - it's all stories we've heard and news we've read. It's interesting to me how fear, which is imagined, can control people. I'm really looking forward to tomorrow!