The last time I updated this blog, I was at the foot of Mount Rubavu in the Western Province of Rwanda. It has been a couple of days, but a lot has happened between then and now.
I am writing this piece from Bole International Airport, in Addis Ababa, while in transit to the Gulf of Guinea. Although I am taking a break from my adventures in Rwanda, I will keep publishing new stories about my recent experiences in the land of 1,000 hills from wherever I will be during my Atlantic escapade.
Over the next 20-plus days, I will be in the Gulf of Guinea. This region is part of the tropical Atlantic ecosystem. It spans from Cape Lopez to Cape Palmas, forming quite an extensive coastline.
I am intrigued by the mystries of Niger and Volta rivers which empty into the Atlantic. In addition, I am fascinated by the formation of the Cameroonian line of volcanic islands found in the aforementioned gulf.
While on this vacation, I will spare a minute to learn one or two things about my destination. When I do, you will be the first to know.