Tsara Queen House

17 rue du docteur Raharinosy, Antananarivo, 101, Madagascar | Hotel
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Tana...cause it's way easier to say!!

A travel blog entry by timshazz


... This didn’t seem to faze the rest of the guests as they gave him and each subsequent “singer” a rousing applause.

Tana had been a great experience. We definitely felt like we were somewhere new and challenging. The food was great and the people helpful. There was a bit of hassle with the touts but nothing different from any other poor country trying to sell itself to tourists. It was a good start to the trip and we had high hopes for the weeks to ...

A recycled city

A travel blog entry by lexicon


... but also that of every other child in the room, extending the range of the nursing staff who are by and large too few to monitor all the children. They share not only equipment and drugs when needed, but time and energy when a mother needs to step away for a moment and one eye needs to be on a sick child.

Perhaps that is a strength we have lost in our disposable economy. Where we have the means to purchase each piece anew, where to each individual there ...

Success is Oh-so relative ;)

A travel blog entry by lexicon


... de Befelatanana. At least I thought so. After googling, google mapping and google earthing every aspect of where I was going, I ventured out into the public bus system early this morning feeling very brave and rather full of myself. I managed to hail down a bus, even got onto the right one, and for 300 Malagasy Ariary, or 13 cents, got myself to the right bus stop. Again, so I thought. This is where things went downhill. Having no map, the streets having no name, and ...

Initial Impressions

A travel blog entry by nikol


... 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 ...

The Urban Jungle

A travel blog entry by sranmal


... it would need some proficiency in French and I'd be spending a lot of time travelling between places. I decided instead to hire a car and driver for the duration of my trip. Prior research on Lonely Planet's Thorn Tree forum had revealed a few recommendations from previous travellers and I got in touch with a local called Mamy who came highly recommended. We agreed a fee of €40 a day, which would include his accommodation and food, but I'd have to pay the ...


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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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