Les Trois Metis
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2 hours into the flight - I have just passed the longest time period that I have been in a plane. Thai Air have catered a gluten free meal for me which I must say was delicious. Tuna salad for starter, Fish and rice, with baby marrow and carrots for mains and sponspeck and melon for desert. - Ian It's now 3 hrs into the flight and we can finally settle down, we are just east of Madagascar, the sun is going down and the terrible turbulence has calmed down. They had to break ...
Well a long month in Madagascar has come to and end. Not sure what I was expecting when I set off for Madagascar, maybe it was the country that you saw on the BBC program, maybe it was what I had in my imagination.... But the reality was certainly a lot different than I anticipated both in some ways beyond my expectations and but also at points below. So I think just a top five highlights and low lights before I start concentrating on ...
As the plane comes into land at Antananaviro, the reality of my African Adventure trip finally hits home.... When planning and booking, back in April, all the elements that will make up the next five months of my life, it all seemed relatively abstract, a long way off... Now arriving in the first destination, it is actually real.....I feel so grateful and blessed to have both the resources to embark on ...
... 80-100 chickens, rabbits, ducks, geese and turkeys with an aller-simple, on our roof. We had spent the morning in Ambositra, a woodcarving town. We enjoyed haggling where we could, but when the starting price is 30p it seemed wrong to try! Today we walked around Tana, buying a few souvenirs and stocking up on Madagascan rum before our flights. Mat will be clinking through customs tomorrow. In ...
... via Ambositra to buy table mats and wooden boxes for blue-ginger).
there were more places where we could see the path of the cyclone, where trees were down and the sides of the road washed away.
The change in scenery seemed more obvious on the way back. We were given a warm welcome at the guest house in Antsiribe. the lovely owner admitted that he was actually the uncle of Nomena and also the mayor of the village ...