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Travel Blogs from Antananarivo
... my head.
Money in my wallet, I went back to see if my shuttle had arrived.
Nope. I looked outside and debated getting on the airport shuttle. I didn't think I was up for that yet. As I was trying to decide, a man told me to go see information and maybe they could I help. I walked over there, just to be told they couldn’t let me use their phone but to ask for the TEMA (cell phone shop).
The taxi drivers must play “Guess the Tourist”. ...
... but everyone’s sleeping now and doing relatively well. I’m just checking up on a last patient before we move to relieve the other interns of their slumber when someone comes in to tell us there’s something wrong in another ward.
We leave our notes and pens behind on the table, and dart over to the neighboring ward where we find a young boy listless. He’s about 2 years old, he’s been in with meningitis and tuberculosis for a week or so, and ...
... d been walking in the scorching heat for a couple of hours now. I was told by the nurse that I should pay 25,000 at most for this taxi. Not an Ariary more. Well, I should have listened closer. Apparently, some still use the old FMG - Franc Malagasy which is 5 times the Ariary. So really, I was to pay 5,000 Ariary. Some taxi driver just made out like a bandit on the poor sucker tourist- aka me. Hope the 10$ made his day! All I can tell myself to feel better is that for ...
... of the poverty that brought me to this country and of course pollution and traffic. I thought I’d miss my flight to Fort Dauphin on the way back from town because of the start-stop traffic. Over all my initial impressions of Tana were positive: the city is built on a series of hills with beautiful French colonial buildings and the lively bustle of markets. Bradt was right – definitely ‘one of the most attractive cities in the developing ...
... of the Inca Empire in Peru. He ruled from 1787 to 1810. He had 12 wives, each of whom lived with him for a month in turn. The complex is surrounded by a wall which was covered with egg white, of which parts are still original. The one-roomed house of the first King is the main building in the complex. The house contains original cooking utensils, weapons and two beds - one for the King and one for his wives. A thick, 10m tall, rosewood pole supports the roof. Carved ...
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