La Note Bleue Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...