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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. ...
... with invitees and the Charge d'Affaires and his wife and "important" people who were sponsors of the Festival. I sat in front and had to go up on stage and say a few words in French. I can pull that off by now.
The concert was just great. The band played LTD and Body and Soul and Milestones and they were so good and so swinging and so pleased to be doing this concert. There is a very good alto player, Seta Ramaroson, who has started the first jazz school here. When you ...
As promised, I will try to catch up with myself and keep you in step with where I am and what is happening here. Even though I said I would work backwards, I have changed my mind and will tell you about yesterday. The car came for me at about noon and we went into town to gather our group for a trip to the Queen's Palace on top of a ...
It is now Friday, October 3 and it is the first time I have been able to write anything about this adventure. I will work back from yesterday to my departure and arrival and then I will go forward from today. There is so much to tell and so many amazing sites and experiences and I will try my best to be sure you can be on this trip with me.
Last night I went to what I thought was a jazz concert at the Alliance Franšaise. You will learn ...
Well a long month in Madagascar has come to and end. Not sure what I was expecting when I set off for Madagascar, maybe it was the country that you saw on the BBC program, maybe it was what I had in my imagination.... But the reality was certainly a lot different than I anticipated both in some ways beyond my expectations and but also at points below. So I think just a top five highlights and low lights before I start concentrating on ...