La Maison du Pyla
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... which is $4.08. That tells you something about the state of the economy there.
After the massage, Satry picked me up and we had some tea in a stand outside and then went to the Jumbo for some shopping. I got rice and coffee and some gifts and CDs. I bought enough to have to make my carry-on bag into my second bag. Two bags are allowed on Air France so it was fine. The people shopping in the Jumbo were so interesting. Muslim women and middle class ...
... but some other people get really bothered by the people trying to sell you stuff all the time. I think I accidentally arranged a 7km tour around the town for the whole group on Friday morning because the language barrier was hurting my communication attempts!! Whoops!!! On Friday (15th August) we drove to the rainforest, stopping several times on the way. Went to a cathedral on Friday morning (the feast of the assumption is a holiday over here so lots of people were ...
... before us!
Finally home, with all our bags intact, all exhausted and ready for bed – but what a great adventure!
Thanks to everyone for following this adventure! I think Connor is the most excited to be back home after nearly 4 weeks away (he missed his cat and his big bed!), and I have appreciated a good shower that I do not have to hold! But I think we are all a bit shell shocked by the Cape Town weather, after that blissful heat! Anyway - where to ...
I was not really sure what to expect of Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar. The fact that I was only one of twelve passengers of the Air Madagascar flight on the first day of South African Easter holidays hardly filled me with confidence. “Perhaps this has something to do with the airline’s reputation?” said a man from Johannesburg sitting in a seat somewhat close to me. I was not so interested to hear what that reputation ...
... That evening we loaded my bags onto the Akany mini bus, and all set off for a bar in town for a veluma ( goodbye) meal. It was also Kate's birthday, so we celebrated in a noisy bar and Kate opened her present from us all.... a box of cheeses.
Then they all came to the airport with me, queued up with my bags and helped me to check in at the machine. The Norwegian family we'd met at the pool in Isalo National park were behind me ...