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... juicy pineapple, fresh or flambe’d – the kids were curious about what banana flambé was, and when we described it Connor said ‘ok, so it’s burnt banana!’ – not loving ‘wet bananas’ (ie the opposite of dried banana, which he does like!), he passed on that
... muttering about police corruption
... occurrence for them!
Bag safely installed in the car, we then drove around the island to a quiet beach where we boarded a 'pirogue' to take us to a reserve where we'd see lemurs. The boat was hand made, wooden, with hand carved wooden oars, and our guide and the boat owner and Steve rowed us around the mangrove forest. They all got up quite a sweat and there were soon good muscles on show! That boat ride was about 45 minutes ...
... Ambatoloaka, for fresh fish brochettes (and J and E had chocolate crepes!).
We were going to see Connor this afternoon but Mare sensibly advised against us going to the camp today in case it upset any of the other kids. They are all having lots of fun but are exhausted, and apparently in bed by 9pm every night, and so may make them homesick in their sensitive states if we arrived with embarrassing hugs and chocolate! ...
... remember enough French to get through this, with patience, after such a long day and not much food… They say it will arrive on tomorrow's flight from Antananarivo - late afternoon - and then they will bring to me! So all my clothes, toiletries, shoes - all I have are jeans and shirt. Steve dug out a nice pair of his shorts for me, that do fit, and at least he has deodorant and body wash! No face cream though, no hair brush (and of course ...