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Veloma Madagascar

A travel blog entry by jenny.whinney

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We’ve taken our final taxi-brousse of the holiday back to Tana. I want you to get the full taxi-brousse experience while you’re reading this. So firstly, find whoever else is in your house and ask them to sit on the same seat as you. Put a rucksack or handbag either down at your feet or on your lap. Next find either some chickens or ducks, whichever you have to hand, and put them on ...

Tana...

A travel blog entry by couillard

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... recovered it from one of the boys who had put his foot over it to take it. I got a call today (via Skype) and it was really great to see and hear from my brother in law, Claude, Lise and Louis-Philippe. I got a little emotional but it was great to have you so close for a little while. Miss you ...

Racing home to Tana

A travel blog entry by sueblueginger

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... through, where Nomena comes from! Ah-ha! Dina, our original contact in Antsiribe, arrived to find out about our trip and he offered to drive us back to Akany Avoko now his car was fixed... and we had accumulated so much extra baggage.
I was surprized to meet a young, slim and very dapper American in "our" living room. i had forgotten that the guest house was shared accommodation as we'd had it all to ourselves the first time. After ...

Milk powder, children and lemurs!

A travel blog entry by sueblueginger

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... French is being dusted down once again. Most of the children and the staff here speak French.
We have made a few sorties outside to the market... which is very complicated because many of the stallholders give prices in old Malagasy French francs, which were replaced by the present currency , the ariary. I'm not very good at all those zeros in English.... so it'd a nightmare for me in French ( my son Stevie will maybe remember when I ...

Farewell Madagascar

A travel blog entry by ngairephillips

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... a number of private and government-run reserves where a real effort is being made to educate locals as to alternative options for generating income from their forested lands. But the task is large, the funding minute and the timeframe for real achievement considerable. Education will be a major factor. A recent report found tourism to be one of the key potential employment sectors (UNDP et al, 2012). Yet only 500 students were studying either tourism ...

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