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... informing me of her leave, I thus didn’t understand fully the reasons behind her departure. However, Cecilia did make it clear to us, especially me, that I she was not leaving because she did not enjoy our company. On the contrary, Cecilia wished us luck in Madagascar and stated that she was appreciative of our services, which although I knew she was talking about my Uncle Jafar but still I took it to heart as if she enjoyed the service of being my nanny and ...
... library/talking to Islamic intellectuals
2) Going on the Hajj with the children
3) Meeting the elderly old woman in Cairo/donating to the hospital
4) Trying the delicious sweet potato/coconut
5) Watching my nephew trade for the first time
Each one of these moments I will forever cherish, what an experience this trip has been! But for now, we all must go for we are off to new and better adventure!
- Ibn ...
... seen rice or sugar cane throughout the east African coast. When I asked Ibn Jafar why these commodities were there he didn’t know. Then he asked his translator friend and apparently, it is believed that the people of Madagascar are descended from travelers from Indonesia who brought items of the such and apparently, they foods they brought responded well to the tropical environment. Even their methods of agriculture survived in Madagascar. ...
... the AC room with a view for 60000 MAD per night. Clean, hot water, fridge, TV and WiFi included. The most expensive room we’d had but still pretty good by most standards.
Mahajunga was incredibly sleepy. It seemed siesta went for much of the day and even when things were "humming" it was happening slowly. Even the pousse-pousse drivers could barely work up the energy to ask you if you wanted a ride before rolling back over for ...
... roads are difficult and the main body of tourists seem to be elderly, overweight French men with a limited set of priorities. I won't bother to spell it out, suffice to say their companions are not of the same race, age or means as they are. It is sad, because there is so much raw potential in the area. Most kids seem to go to school, and we've seen technical colleges and a university. Also, the signs of ...