Vanga Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... substituted by alpine meadows covered by orchids at the end of the rainy season. The path passes by the Riambavy (the queen) and Riandahy (the king) sacred waterfalls, which tumble 250m down the escarpment. They are said to be the embodiment of a royal couple who could ...
... the city. This took quite some time as we went to the Hotel de Louvre to pick up the Swiss organ player, Olivier, and then we changed vehicles and waited for the historian to go with us. Tassou is a young man who studied history at the University here and was our guide. He was excellent and patient with my many questions about the history of Madagascar and ...
... apple! Not to mention ‘normal’ fruit, like mandarins, lemons, and limes. I measure time passing in the year not by the four seasons (it is just always hot here in Manakara), but by what fruit is in-season. Along with all this fresh fruit comes incredible freshly squeezed fruit juice and new baking opportunities, my personal favorite of which is Mango Banana Bread. My host family ...
Our flight from Tana to Joburg was scheduled for 6am, and yesterday afternoon we checked that it had not changed (backwards or forwards).
So we had an early night in our grotty hotel ('Le Manoir Rouge'), as the minibus was to come for us at 4am… Ella of course slept in her clothes, one less thing to think about when trying to wake her up! The other Cedar House family, the Megans, our Cumnor Avenue neighbours, were also in the hotel, having also been in ...
... Every were people on the street, busy traffic, creme colored taxi's (Renault and Citroen Ducks), markets, cows, rice fields and trash and poor people. A totally other world then we experienced the last couple of weeks. Tana a population of 1.2 million on an altitude of 1400 m. The languages French and Malagasy are spoken here. Currency is Ariary 30.000 = 10. So jackpot at the ATM machine!!! We stayed in hotel Tana-Jacaranda for 13 per night, okay ...