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Travel Blogs from Antananarivo
Woke up late, very late.... Missed breakfast oh well, obviously needed it.... The sleep that is not the breakfast... Today is fairly relaxed in the hotel, a quick trip back to the airport to meet my travelling companion after their adventures from Nairobi to Cape Town.. I am currently witness to the preparations for tonight's wedding at the hotel which mainly seem to be a flurry of activity in the movement of chairs, and a constant ...
Because I see,
at the end of my ruggedy trail;
that I was the architect of my own fate.
That if I extracted the bile
or the honey of things
was because I put in them
bile or zesty honey.
When I planted rose bushes
I harvested always roses.
It's true that to my exuberance
has followed the winter;
but you didn't tell me that May was going to be eternal...
I found undoubtedly,
As the plane comes into land at Antananaviro, the reality of my African Adventure trip finally hits home.... When planning and booking, back in April, all the elements that will make up the next five months of my life, it all seemed relatively abstract, a long way off... Now arriving in the first destination, it is actually real.....I feel so grateful and blessed to have both the resources to embark on ...
One of our coordinators, Austin, asked us, “What new creation has the Spirit shown you here in Madagascar?” For me the answer was obvious: fruit! One of my many favorite things about living on the tropical coast of Madagascar is the fruit. The fruit that first caught my attention was bananas. There are big green bananas, tiny yellow bananas, red bananas, bananas you have to ...
This morning we woke up early, to have our breakfast at 6:30, so we could be at the park office of the Analamazotra side of the park at 7:00. This was our best and last chance to see varieties of lemurs and we didn't want to waste the opportunity. We left our luggage with Theo at 6:30 so he could load and we had tropical fruit, toast and jam, and a Spanish omelet all accompanied by wonderfully strong café au lait: we’d need the energy.
Back at the office ...
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