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 ...
... it usually involved a delay of 2 or more hours.
In Tana (Antannarivo) we spent the day in a beautiful hotel, with a brilliant view of the streets that reminded me a lot of India.
After flying into Mahjanga, we drove through the bustling streets to our hotel called Kismat which we fondly renamed "Kismyat". Which was the most disgusting hotel I have ever been to.
After Maré went to bed a few of us went out to ...
... photographing different products!
Steve is still not feeling great, but at least he's letting it come out (so we don't have a repeat of India!)... TMI?! And, as I write, Connor has just started to vomit... What fun tomorrow's 5 hour journey will be to Ankify (where the speedboat dropped us off after Nosy Be).... He and Steve will have to be dosed up, with more Imodium and Valoid at the ready in case the rest of us are struck down.
... me in the same way that other rundown and seedy places in Africa do!
We had an average meal last night in a restaurant frequented by locals and a few expat males (with their obligatory Malagasy female 'companion').
Today we got up early again to drive the hour and a half to 'le Montagne d'Ambre' national park - so called because the local people make an amber coloured resin from the clear resin from a tree and yellow and ...