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... 8217;Avenue right in the center of Tana, located on the Avenue de l’Independence. The driver guide was very good. He took us on a scenic route where we saw the colorful and not entirely desperate poverty of Tana. Madagascar is a very poor country and the poverty is clearly evident.
It looked like a good deal on Booking.com – it is well located, but it was a little disappointing. The cloud of mosquitoes in the lobby was ...
... kits out of trash bags and sticks in front of cows grazing.
On the left, there was a large grassy field. There were several large logs as goal posts. Men and children were playing soccer.
We drove on. Traffic and a large number of people. A stadium appeared. The taxi driver explained a rugby game just finished.
Suddenly we were surrounded by the town again. Way more buildings, but no less Africa.
We drove through the city and up a few hills. He ...
... It’s a skeleton crew and the on-call doctor is sleeping. So on we go. Some drugs are summoned. I call for suction, but there isn’t a machine. A nurse disappears and slowly returns with a massive and utterly archaic contraption with which she blunders about, unable to find an outlet, unable to connect it properly. It soon becomes too late for suction.
Finally the doctor arrives. The pulse has been checked. The drugs have been given. There’s a discussion as ...
... she had me for a 2 month elective.
I started again, and found out that she hadn’t gotten the contract of the elective placement but they always arrived late, so she believed me when I said I was supposed to be there. That being said, she had one foot out the door and was really rather late and very busy, so could I come back tomorrow morning at 8?
And thus ended my epic quest. After hours of trolling the streets of Tana, having knocked ...
... with the Azafady Conservation Programme (ACP) carrying out conservation research and community-building work in a remote area called St Luce. I would only spend one night in Tana before catching my 3pm flight to Tolagnaro (Fort Dauphin) the next day.
Armed with advice from the Bradt Guide book to be firm with airport porters who would rush to take my bags and expect payment, I emerged from the terminal looking very foreign with my oversized ...
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