Allamanda Hotel

Rue Richelieu _ Antsiranana 201, Diego Suarez, Madagascar | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rue Richelieu _ Antsiranana 201, Diego Suarez.
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    Travel Blogs from Diego Suarez

    The events as they happened, from Connor!

    A travel blog entry by lesleycroskery on Jul 09, 2014

    5 comments, 10 photos

    ... with about 20 people in front of us. After about and hour and a half we are about 4 people from the back of the line. Another half an hour later we are at the front but the lady at the desk tells us that the plane is full and we have to come back later for the 6:30 flight.

    Maré has now pulled out almost all of her hair (hypothetically) and is furious. So we sit in the airport with a food voucher that was given to us by ...

    July 8th - Les trois baies - the 3 bays

    A travel blog entry by lesleycroskery on Jul 08, 2014

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... there was a karate class taking place in our hotel - their 'dojo' was the poolside area, so hard floor rather than wood, and no fans or air conditioning (other than the natural version!). It's a different style from the one we do, but looked and sounded pretty similar overall apart from the longer lower stances ('le deplacement' apparently), and it was funny to hear the mixture of the French instruction, then the Sensei telling people to do a mae ...

    July 6-7th - in Diego Suarez

    A travel blog entry by lesleycroskery on Jul 07, 2014

    3 comments, 49 photos

    ... arrive in the morning, and I am hoping it will take the hellishly bumpy roads more comfortably.

    Diego Suarez has the second biggest port in Madagascar, and is one of its oldest cities. You can see the influence of the Portuguese, Arab and Indian visitors over the last few centuries, as it was a popular trading post on the Indian ocean. It feels very run down and seedy, but people seem friendly enough. It certainly does not ...

    Tsingy Rouge, Lemurs, Corruption, Air Madagascar

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on May 01, 2014

    5 photos

    ... who was also on the same flight as me.


    On the whole, the trip proved uneventful except for one small issue. After I cleared security in the International terminal in Antananarivo, I was approached by a member of security and asked to follow him into a curtained off cubical. Once inside he turned around to me and said “don’t you remember me? When you arrived here, you promised you would give me a tip, so can I have some money please?” ...

    Cream sauces, paradise, sandy beaches, wildlife

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Apr 27, 2014

    5 photos

    ... over to the Tourist Information and ask them. The lady inside responded, “Non, its is closed and for sale!” That rather dashed my plans and off I went to track down Eric, a man renting cheap 4x4s, so I could get to the Tsingy Rouges and Ankarana National Park, when I felt better.


    That afternoon I was sitting at the Belle Aventure having coffee, when I noticed a car with Les Les Filibusters written on the side parked opposite. I ...