Vanga Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... we headed to a woodcarving workshop and were shown how they make the wooden ornaments (very impressive, none are painted, they inlay different coloured woods). We also stopped at some impressive lookouts and tried some local berry tomato things (apparently similar to currants, although I'm not sure I've ever had a currant). We're staying at a hotel in the rainforest and saturday we will try to track down some lemurs :) Saturday 16th August: had a great day in the rainforest, saw ...
When I returned from the walk with Lucie, It was my turn for a massage back at the hotel. Just what the doctor ordered to finish our trip in Madagascar. During our walk, two beggars got a little too close for comfort and so there was a tad of pushing and shoving. Lucie's bracelet flew off and ...
After close to three hours Madagascar appeared beneath us in the middle of the emerald Indian Ocean and within a few minutes we were descending through the sparse clouds down to the runway. Antananarivo (or Tana to most people refer to it) had an airport that resembled a glorified shed, not an International Terminus. This also appeared to be its first visiting jet airliner this century, as a very manual operation to unload us and our ...
... queue, on the same flight to Paris.
The long flight to Paris, a delayed flight to Birmingham.... and here I am , back at Home End Farm, Cradley. With BLUE-GINGER to get up and running for another year. good! I'm looking forward to meeting up with all my artist friends and customers again.Lottie the Labradoodle is full of excited energy and needs lots of walks on the Malvern Hills..... And surely spring is just around the corner.