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After a good night sleep, The morning sunrise broke through the curtains just before 5, luckily this woke me up as I had forgot to set the alarm. I pulled back the curtains and was now able to appreciate the beautiful view of Tana, with its purple Jacaranda tress glowing in the morning sun. This morning we are back in the car for a 7 hour drive west to Miandrivazo. Tomorrow we will start a two and a half day trip in a Pirogue (traditional ...
... servants pushing their carts. All the young people wear torn jeans and Air Jordans (Chinese knock offs, I was told). There is this way that young people dress the same everywhere now. They get YouTube of course and I think the videos sell a certain style. Of course, the people with less money or no money still dress in traditional style which looks so much better. Or, at least, to me. You still see clothes drying along the river when you drive by and I saw ...
Here is the story about a lovely day in Antananarivo. I am home now but determined not to forget anything about this trip and so I am going back a few days to reflect. On this day, I got to stay at the hotel late and do my email and sit by the pool. At about 2pm, my bodyguard and driver came to get me and I got to walk, finally, somewhere. We went to the American School which meant going outside the gates of the hotel, turning ...
I would like to catch up with what the story is from the beginning but then I will get too far behind so I will tell you about the screening of Round Midnight, the visit to Lemur Park, and the party at the US Mission. Then, next TravelPod will go back to the beginning or at least that's my plan. On Saturday night, Round Midnight was shown at the Institut Francais here. It was a lovely theatre with red velvet seats and a huge screen and very good sound. ...
Before this trip is over and I can't remember all the days and all the things I did in a day, here is the story of Monday, October 6, 2014. It started out with shopping in the craft market. We picked up Joan Minor and her band of French musicians and drove to the waterfront to a shop that sells vanilla beans and spices. Very lovely shop. Then we went to the craft market and I was in market heaven. Luckily, the time was limited so I was able to control the ...