It's party time! I went to a Cameroonian party and chose to record my trip to show you guys some Cameroonian food and basically just how a Cameroonian menu looks like. Our parties consist of eating, drinking, talking and sometimes dancing. I always go there for the food. Always.
You guys, I managed to do another vlog. Managed because I almost gave up on recording this one. I had called the host of the party and asked for her permission to you know, take videos at her niece's birthday party. She happily agreed.
I arrived at the party much later than I wanted to because I had some blog-related errands to run and other things (including making up my face. Ha) Am I the only one who feels like makeup takes a lot of time?! And I don't even do the highlighting and contouring thing. The time I tried highlighting, my face turned out 'lowlighted'. So I gave up.
Anyhoo, my lateness to the parry is the reason why I almost didn't record. However, after settling in and eating (haha) I got my mojo and started vlogging. Oh the power of food!
Husband of the ministry Mr. N took the videos and you can hear him making some comments in Pidgin English in it. In all, it was fun.
Lemme not lie, I was a little shy talking into the camera with so many people around me. You know, when I did the farmer's market video, it was a little easier for me because most of the people around me where strangers. But in this one, I was surrounded by men and brethren from the same country as me. It made me shy ya.
But I braved it off and spoke into that camera and went around. Hope you enjoy these little snippets of how a Cameroonian party looks like. I wanted my non-Cameroonian readers especially to have a little feel of Cameroonian culture. Hope the video did just that.
Without further ado, let's watch the video.
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