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Travel Blogs from Nosy Be
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WOW - we saw wild lemurs. A few of the tiny nocturnal ones, scrunched up in hollow tree trunks, peeping out at us, and the black and russet makaku lemurs we'd seen yesterday in the 'park', as well as chameleons, little frog, and a boa constrictor snake that the guide draped around Jack. he said he could feel how strong it was as it moved - but it was still a ...
... up with Air Madagascar. She even called it 'Air Mad' - they are notorious for leaving bags in Antananarivo, as well as their regular delays! Fingers crossed it really does get on the late afternoon flight here, otherwise I will have another day in Steve's shorts!
Then Bruno, our local guide, met us to take us around the island.
First we went to one of the many ylang ylang distilleries. The island is covered ...
... has one, including Ella!!).
We had an hour's hair raising drive, in the dark, to the small town where we are staying. There are few street lights, but people were walking the roads as the cars tear along them. We were immediately impressed by the lovely smell of ylang ylang and the intense sparkle of the stars against the very black night, with just a tiny sliver of moon to light everything!
We arrived at our hotel, 'Gerard ...
... On Tanekily island we had a great lunch with fresh fish, crab and shrimps they also thought about the non-fish fans of course!
Great snorkelling with beautiful corals and colorful fish. Not big or a huge area but very nice.
Monday morning 16 December, time to head back to Tana, we really didn't feel to leave, also because of the taxi-brousse trip! This time 18 hours, but we did manage to get into a Sprinter again and were lucky with the seats behind the driver, just a ...
Our 84th day we were on the island of Nosy Be, Madagascar, going to the city of Andoany previously called Hellville after Admiral de Hell the governor of the area in colonial times. We arrived by tender to a very unstable narrow dock and quickly boarded a bus without air conditioning. This is the most popular place in Madagascar, but there is not much here to see, just a few beach hotels that cater to people from France and Italy. The island is very poor ...
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