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... Gustav Eiffel, of the Parisian tower fame!), and tiny newly hatched turtles in basins waiting for them to grow big enough to have more chance of survival when they reach the sea, and then heading back for lunch on our boat while the small group of Italian daytrippers lunched on the beach (before their 1.5 hour bumpy speedboat ride back to Nosy Be)
... And that we were not leaving until they were properly tied on! So he said we could drive past his house and collect some ropes – of course we made him remove the bags from the roof, and sent him back to his house to fetch them, as we were not leaving without ropes! There was a bit of eye-rolling and chatter in the local vernacular from the driver and Bruno, but in true Croskery Holyoake fashion we were insistent. When he ...
... paper/posters/notes in the hotel, but clearly happening in practice)
WOW - we saw wild lemurs. A few of the tiny nocturnal ones, scrunched up in hollow tree trunks, peeping out at us, and the black and russet makaku lemurs we'd seen yesterday in the 'park', as well as chameleons, little frog, and a boa constrictor snake that the guide draped around Jack. he said he could feel how strong it was as it moved - but it was still a ...
Amazing to see lots and lots of Renault 4 cars everywhere - Steve's first car was an old broken down Renault 4 that cost fifty pounds (sterling)! We drove it all over, including through France, but it eventually gave us so much trouble, in the cold of England - the cars here just go on and on, despite the humidity!
We got back and just lazed and walked on the beach for a while. Then went out into the ...
... and the owner (Gerard - we have not met Francine yet) said "Bienvenue les voyageurs braves" - welcome brave travellers!!
Other initial impressions:
- we can hear the Indian ocean, it's about 20 metres away, in the dark
- 3 ply loo roll (even Madagascar still influenced by French obsession with their bums and what comes out of it!)