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Today we left Vakona and drove the 300kms to Ansirabe (7 hours) It was a really interesting drive, even the kids didn't complain too much. The roads here are terrible, unbelievable really that the main route through Madagascar has only 1.5 lanes. We were told by our driver that there has been no road work since the political uprising in 2009. We stopped along the way to see another private reserve. Tomorrow morning we are going to tour the city and then head ...
We arrived in Antanavario yesterday after a long day of travel. It took over 1 hour to get to our hotel that was only 12kms from the airport. The traffic is unbelievable as is the absolute poverty. In all our travels, we have yet to see anything like it. More than 50 percent of the population of Antananavrio has to queue for water every morning and at least that many are ...
... company. Some very nice and generous people.
I then got a ride back to my hotel and prepared for the next round of activities. My hotel was like an oasis away from the traffic and pollution. So quiet and birds in the morning. It was a great choice. The staff was so friendly and they got to know me since I was there longer than any of the other clients.
Enjoy the photos and thank you for making the trip with me.
... camp. Monday 18th August: we all went for a walk together in the morning, visiting the natural granite rock pool piscine, were Maria actually got in for a swim (freezing). We walked to a beautiful new campsite/hotel which is still being built and had lunch, then we visited a local village and went into one of the houses. It was small but well looked after. Once we got back to camp, the others decided to chill out for the arvo but DC Mark, Stockholm Anton and I decided to hike up ...