La Note Bleue Park Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to make a reservation for me on the taxi brousse the next morning so I can make my way to Nosy Be. I didn't sign up for lunch to save money but lucky me, I was offered the leftover of an Aussie couple which I happily accepted! They even treated me for some papaya and banana for dessert! I love beautiful people! After spending the afternoon reading a book written by a friend of mine (yes, it's me! Yes, I'm reading a book! Unbelievable right?!) I was invited ...
... gets a seat assigned and luggage is put on the roof and nearly covered with tarps to protect from dust, dirt and rain. Scheduled departure was 3pm. We left at 4:30pm which I thought was pretty quick. It was unbelievably comfortable. I was expecting the worst just to find a nice seat with more leg space than a lot of airlines have to offer. The best thing: they told me we would arrive in the evening the next day. No 48h ride! I was sitting next ...
... to eat but most of the restaurants were closed or to far away.
In the morning we had breakfast at a bakery and at about 9am we got picked up by a land rover defender (without windows and working air conditioning) and a modern Toyota hilux with both of the things that the land rover didn't have.
About 4 hours later we arrive at the Mariarano conservation area in the middle of the Madagascan wilderness, we were ...
... forests, ruins from the French navy base (Madagascar got independence in 1960) and a German WW2 base dotted along the eastern coastline. Jack, Ella and I spent a few hours walking along the beaches with our guide - there are a few very low key hotels and windsurfing and kite surfing centres, as it's pretty windy and perfect for kitesurfing (apparently!).
Then we headed back to the hotel for lunch, via a supermarket where I did my usual checking ...
... island off the coast of Africa!
We did a detour to the 'Rouges Tsingys' - red tsingy rock formations. They were 20km on a very bad road, off the main Route Nationale. Like something in a moonscape, or spooky ghost movie, these formations take on different colours if you go at different times of the day.
We finally reached Diego Suarez mid afternoon, with the hope we might be able to chill by the pool in the small hotel ...