Chambres d'hotes - VIlla Soava Dia

Address: Lot k4 140, Antananarivo, Madagascar | B&B
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This B&B is located on Lot k4 140, Antananarivo.
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    Travel Blogs from Antananarivo

    36 hours of travel...

    A travel blog entry by debsbelien on Jan 07, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Monday evening my parents, my brother and I went to Brussels, to avoid any worst-case-scenario with regards to missing the train because of traffic jams etc. We had a delicious Belgian Liège waffle and a Kriek. My last evening meal ;-).

    At 5 in the morning I had to wake up to get ready, double check the last important documents, and off we went to the train station! ...

    Goodbye Madagascar!

    A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Nov 09, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... it. We devour the whole bag as we drive back through Tana to the airport. The beautiful purple Jacaranda tress have almost lost all its blossom now, and the rain has started again. It looks so different to three weeks ago! Well thats it, our three amazing weeks in Madagascar are coming to an end. This trip has been semi-planned since 2009/10 when we where looking at honeymoon options, and to now have realised the dream is incredible. We feel so ...

    The magical journey ends

    A travel blog entry by bailey.wright on Oct 07, 2014

    4 photos

    ... island and the tour of the baobab trees. Volunteering is a great way to experience the heart of Madagascar and to see how you can prevent deforestation and slaughtering of native animals. My flight home was long as I had to stop off again at Kenya then it was a stopoff in China and then the home stretch to Brisbane with a landing at 8:25 am. I believe that this would be ...

    When Madagascar was Home...

    A travel blog entry by annaguthrie on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... great achievements. But, in Madagascar my definition of success has changed. Here are some of the things I have come up with for why my year in Madagascar has been a success.

    When Madagascar was home:

    - I developed a strong and happy relationship with my host family and my host siblings were always glad to see ...


    A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on May 05, 2013

    ... to know that I am not the only well versed traveler that was taken aback upon first setting foot on the country. Soon I realized I had to get up early and needed my wits, I bid them adieu and went to sleep.

    I woke up several times during the night somewhat stressed out about traveling. It is not usual for me to get anxious about something I love doing. But I had not mentally prepared myself for real Africa.

    Eventually I woke up, packed my stuff, and went down stairs. ...