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... here in Madagascar, but all over the African continent. Schedules need to be flexible as Rivo keeps telling me, hmmm, mine is not that flexible! We finally get on the road, the journey takes us east out of Tana. While everyone else is coming into the city we head out, missing all the traffic. We drive past hundreds of organised rice and clay fields, the bright green of the rice grass breaking up the dull dirty red of the clay. As we ...
Our flight from Tana to Joburg was scheduled for 6am, and yesterday afternoon we checked that it had not changed (backwards or forwards).
So we had an early night in our grotty hotel ('Le Manoir Rouge'), as the minibus was to come for us at 4am… Ella of course slept in her clothes, one less thing to think about when trying to wake her up! The other Cedar House family, the Megans, our Cumnor Avenue neighbours, were also in the hotel, having also been in ...
... which are Madagascar's national flower. When we walked into the King's palace you had to lead with your right foot as a sign of respect and leave backwards.
The Queen's palace in the center of Antananarivo was partly destroyed by a fire, but the next day Adam and I traveled out to the previous palace just outside the city, while Clare waited for Matt's flight to get in. This palace still contained all the ...
... through the bay. We saw all the bright coloured fish and coral it was so lovley. It was so beautiful with all the animals, plus we could see the clearly because of the clear water. I didn't want to leave beacuse we haven't been shopping but we're going to be late. It's time to head to Chad.
... decided to try and get to Tana slowly and steadily. but as we slowed down at a police check stop outside a town the car faded away and lost the will to live. Dina was exasperated. The day was fading fast and we were still about 40 miles from tana. he tried all sorts of solutions unsuccessfully, and then asked a friend to drive out from Tana to rescue us, and let the car roll back down the hill ( Jill and I scaresly able to watch as huge ...