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Travel Blogs from Antananarivo
... with the creator, Bill. The first
game was similar to chess and I did fairly well but the second lost fairly rapidly!
Our last day there was spent packing and napping. Joe, the waiter, cut both of our hair. In another
life he had been a hairdresser. Also tried our luck with the ATM machines. They do not allow you to
withdraw a large sum but was able to withdraw money from both our cards!
... There are so many beautiful things--embroidery, wood carvings, artwork, miniature tin cars and buses, lambas (cloths women wear here), scarves, and more. We were on a deadline so I will have to go back. I am definitely going back.
After the shopping trip, I went back to my hotel to dress for the evening concert tribute to Dexter. Then we went to dinner where I had something very delicious--soupe de poisson and foie gras (sorry, vegetarians). Then to the big concert. It ...
... 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 ...
... lined the Avenue. At the far end the magnificent Gare Soarano dominated the Avenue. Over one hundred years old it is little used nowadays and was recently converted into a high end shopping mall, with a high class parisian Bistro at one end. The occasional (appropriately named Mad Rail train passes through) but all in all it was just for the tourists and ex-pats. However, the Lonely Planet had said the Info HQ was here… yet I soon ...
... making craft activity.
After lunch I took four of the older girls to their horse riding, walking across the town. Usually there are two of us, but today we were short staffed, so I walked across the village and down to the lakeside riding venue with them. One of them, Julianna, is very sweet.... but the other three girls are usually a bit wild. The lesson went well and the sun shone,but as soon as it was time to walk back to Akany we ...
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