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... of the Christians to France in the early 19th century. This is when Dexter's great grandmother would have left here for Paris. Or we think that is what may have happened.
Tassou said that she must have come from the elite class of Merina if she was a Christian and she was probably a Protestant from the time of the English here rather than a ...
This morning we woke up early, to have our breakfast at 6:30, so we could be at the park office of the Analamazotra side of the park at 7:00. This was our best and last chance to see varieties of lemurs and we didn't want to waste the opportunity. We left our luggage with Theo at 6:30 so he could load and we had tropical fruit, toast and jam, and a Spanish omelet all accompanied by wonderfully strong café au lait: we’d need the energy.
Back at the office ...
... here we realize that tourism is still not really developed in the last 20 years when I heard for the first time about Madagascar in travelmagazines and travel events. No tourist office, brochures, info or many other tourist with the right info. Everything is new and ready to explore for ur. Exciting but also a bit unknown. I also had email contact with Lisette and Jasper, a couple working on Madgascar since June, and we met them last weekend here in ...
Certain things with children are universal. They get cranky when tired and will inevitably throw a tantrum when exhausted. They love to shove things in their mouths, regardless of what their parents beg of them. They love shiny things, anything with buttons, and for some odd reason, keys. All that, and they find marvel in the smallest of things.
I watch the 18 month old at our house play with his ...
So back to the taxis we went. This time, they really had us. It was 10:30 pm. Not only simply dark, but night. So the fees were now double. Five thousand became 10,000 Ar a piece. In absolute revolt we tried to negotiate for a fair price. “It’s the price of night” was the retort. Who could argue that? All the taxis stood united for once. No negotiating, take it or leave it.
So into the cab we went. I dropped off my friend first and once ...