Chez Edgard

Lot VU 274 A Manakambahiny , Antananarivo, Madagascar | Hotel

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A human ventilator

A travel blog entry by lexicon


... But it quickly becomes obvious that this isn’t the entire story. With every wake-up and restart to her breathing, there is a longer breakdown and pause. So I sit. So I bag. So I breathe for her.

Puff puff puff. Come on sweetie.

It’s been a while now. Her family in its entirety sits outside the window, watching me through the opening behind me. Soon I will have been here for two hours, breathing for her, reminding her ...

The power of the taxis

A travel blog entry by lexicon


... the white girl walking down that same dark alley. You quite literally would glow in the dark.

So we paid our safety fee to get to a restaurant that had their menus on iPads. The dichotomy here is unmatched to anywhere else I’ve been. You could die on the street because you dared to go out at night, but once you make it to the restaurant you’re in a five-star establishment. Go figure. So we ordered off our iPads and had a lovely meal. Then, we had to make ...

Magical Madagascar

A travel blog entry by globalwanderers


... took two of us to hold her when she spotted some goats. No one would dare to rob us, the Africans parted like the Red Sea when they saw Wendy coming.


Venturing into the unknown

A travel blog entry by ngairephillips


... bags to packhorse Richard, we arrived at the village of Antsapanana. From here it was a mere 1500m to the Andisibe Mantadia national park entrance, where we planned to camp for the next few nights. As we idled down the hills, the calls of the endemic and critically endangered Indri were all around us. The largest of the lemurs, the Indri are found in only a few places in Madagascar, with the largest population being found here. The eastern side ...

Layover in Antananarivo

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... general neighborhood as the Presidents palace which looks just like a large French prefecture or other official building in France (it dates from the colonial period). In fact large parts of Antananarivo look like they could be in an old French city quarter. It even has many cobblestone streets.

It was nearly dusk as we arrived and I checked in for the night and enjoyed a truly French meal for a fraction of what it would cost in France: Carpaccio of beef, ...


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