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... hour for the other passengers to arrive and all the luggage to be intricately packed on top and then tied down under a tarp with so much care and precision it was a beautiful thing to watch. Of course, just as the dude finished a couple of more people turned up with large bits of luggage, including a bike. I really did feel sorry for him as he undid the knots and did a big rearrangement.
Just before we set off we realized we had a ...
... to walk have mastered the art of breaking rocks. They’re lined up, in little clusters, clanging away at those rocks while the adults collect and move them into large piles on the side of the road.
There is no reprieve for them. There aren’t school hours, homework times, playtimes or even heaven forbid break-times. They simply work on, outside their homes, their work ever present.
Some children are sent out to beg for ...
... across every intersection, between taxis, motorcycles and cars who literally don’t slow down as they yell out “I don’t give a damn” in French. Actually, they might even speed up on that one.
So last night, after a week of surviving the bus system, the crazy streets and their cars, as well as hospital life, I ended with a very well deserved Friday night out. I headed to an african concert at the Institut Franšais Malagache ...
... the idea of visiting Madagascar.
Tonight we take a long nocturnal walk from our lodge into the forest to see more of the wildlife that is unique to this island country. It is raining, and the lemurs are difficult to spot in the trees, but every so often we get a glimpse of red eyes reflected in our flashlight beams. Dinner at the lodge is fantastic, with a set menu rather than a buffet – which is a great treat for ...
... had the silly exchange rate which meant having to carry large bundles of notes.
My driver/guide, Potsy, was pretty average I'd say. He'd recommend hotels in the places I stayed and would arrange a suitable guide for me in the NPs. However, in some cases, he was overly pushing in recommending a certain hotel and I felt he was just doing so because it offered a cheap room for himself to stay. His English wasn't great and it was a struggle to have any ...
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