Vanga Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a ranger and he paddled the short way across to the island.
There were four kinds of lemurs present: black and white ruffed lemurs, bamboo lemurs and two kinds of brown lemurs, and they were all very friendly, hoping for a piece of banana. On the way over the ranger said, “Don’t be afraid, the lemurs will jump on you.” And they did. As soon as we got out of the canoe, lemurs launched from the ground and landed on our shoulders. The impact ...
... we were going at this stage. We managed to get over both these hurdles, park the cab and get to the Sonatra office. I’m pretty sure we paid too much at 15000 Ariary each but we insisted on getting the seats behind the driver as advised by Sonia. The hardest part was ensuring they knew we didn’t want to go right that minute but wanted the 10am on Sunday (2 days later!!). In the end we paid a deposit and left with tickets that seemed to be fine.
Back in ...
... use of that sheet of paper.
As we try to be greener, the Malagasy have mastered the skill. However this isn’t to say it isn’t without shocking inefficiencies.
Interns strut all over the hospital in search of one of the few prescription pads shared amongst wards, and when in an emergency, this can be difficult to watch. That being said, I’m not so sure how much speed might be gained overall should the pad be present at all ...
... br> Next came the flood of extreme dehydration, malnutrition and various forms of infections. All very ill young children, all under 5 years old, all needing immediate hospitalization.
But the case that finally broke the camel’s back, was a young boy of no more than 7 who was brought in by his dad, or uncle, and his aunts and/or grandmother. Always difficult to tell who’s who in an emergency, really. He’d been having a seizure ...
... nicest one" and indeed she was the nicest one!
I hop into the van, sit beside the single lady and introduce myself, "Hi I'm Yael" she shakes my hand "That's an interesting name, where's that from?" "It's Israeli... but I'm Canadian (explaining my accent)...but I live in South Africa now" She shakes her head with a look of bewilderment "What?"
And so we head off on a city tour. Tana has a bad rep, it's known for being dirty and uninteresting, one of ...