Residence Mareva

5, Rue Elysee Ravelontsalama, Antananarivo, 101, Madagascar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5, Rue Elysee Ravelontsalama, Antananarivo.
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    Travel Blogs from Antananarivo

    Goodbye Madagascar, Hello South Africa

    A travel blog entry by bjcourtis74 on Sep 06, 2014

    ... at least for this trip... Will I be back I am not sure, so many other places in the world to visit but certainly glad I have been. So into South Africa... First stop Johannesburg, what a difference a very short flight can make... So westernised... And no Zebu on the menu!! Though not sure can quite get my head around all the armed response security signs outside all the houses... Suppose it is living in the UK where this does not ...


    A travel blog entry by jenny.whinney on May 28, 2014

    34 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Racing home to Tana

    A travel blog entry by sueblueginger on Mar 18, 2013

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... because I couldn't pick 10 toddlers up at the same time. I'd bought two bouncy balls during our journey back, and I thought I could distract them by involving all of us in a game , but of course once they had a ball they didn't want to part with it and howled all the more. Anyway... they eventually settled down, I stayed to help with lunch and then helped to put them down for their after lunch siesta. I'll miss them. felt very ...

    Milk powder, children and lemurs!

    A travel blog entry by sueblueginger on Jan 27, 2013

    7 comments, 14 photos

    ... of Madagascar. Because they are so unafraid of humans it's possible to get really close to them, and they were delightful to watch.... intelligent bright eyes assessing us, shiny wet noses and hairy legs stretched out on the branches. There were family groups eating and playing gently together, swinging easily down through the branches. We even saw two different breeds of lemur playing together, and out guide told us that this was quite unusual. ...

    Farewell Madagascar

    A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Dec 26, 2012

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... a number of private and government-run reserves where a real effort is being made to educate locals as to alternative options for generating income from their forested lands. But the task is large, the funding minute and the timeframe for real achievement considerable. Education will be a major factor. A recent report found tourism to be one of the key potential employment sectors (UNDP et al, 2012). Yet only 500 students were studying either tourism ...