Maeva Bungalows

Address: Toamasina (Tamatave), Madagascar | Hotel
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      Le train Dia Soa

      A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 07, 2013

      25 photos

      ... ois la silhouette longiligne d'un wagon blanc et rouge , deux des trois couleurs présentent sur le drapeau malgache...
      J'arrive sur le quai, il est 6 h 30, je rencontre un homme qui me témoignent bien que le train partira et partira même à l'heure !! bravo.

      Cet homme en fait, Jouvence , est un des policiers du train . 2 semaines par mois , il fait les trajets traversant mangroves , canaux, ponts métalliques, jungles, villages poussièreux ; le reste ...

      Pangalanes Lakes and Canal

      A travel blog entry by georgg on Nov 23, 2012

      48 photos

      ... drive down to sea level. It's very lush and green along the way, but we see recently burnt hillsides everywhere. There is a huge amount of slash and burn farming, and the level of deforestation is quite depressing.

      The last bit to Manambato is a 7km rough dirt road. We reach a very nice large and empty beach on the shore of Lake Rasobe, which is one of the Pangalanes Lakes. Since our boat is not there yet, we lie on the beach, and watch women wash their ...

      Masoandro Lodge

      A travel blog entry by awayfromitall2 on Jul 18, 2009

      10 photos

      ... to the island was exciting in a 15-seater and it seems the locals still hang out at the airport for the novelty of watching the planes come and go.

      Transport from the airport is either by zebu cart (like bullocks) or by taxi. Either way the journey is slow as the roads are deeply potholed almost all the way. For me that meant over an ...

      Pangalanes part 2

      A travel blog entry by awayfromitall2 on Jul 17, 2009

      7 photos

      From Bush House we headed across Lake Ampitave then north up the pangalanes towards Tamatave. Half the staff from Bush House came too as I had been the only visitor at the Lodge. When I left they went home to the city until more visitors were due.

      It was about 3 hours on the canal then I was due to fly up the coast to ...

      To the wilderness by water

      A travel blog entry by awayfromitall2 on Jul 15, 2009

      28 photos

      ... than road travel and you can do it slowly (pirogue) or quickly (motorboat). The traffic on the waterway was mainly pirogues - fishermen checking their cages and nets, or taking goods up and down the canal. The small farming/fishing villages beside it were interesting but we didnt dawdle.