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- Shuttle bus service
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- Pets allowed
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... I knew that it was not the best time since it would make me arrive in Ankarafantsika even later and of course I haven't made a reservation for anything. We arrived in Ambanja at around 1:30 pm. Instead of changing buses we were actually just given new seats on the bus. Half an hour later we took off. My time calculations for the rest of this trip wouldn't fail me. I arrived at the national park - which is in the middle of nowhere - at 1 am...in the middle of ...
... still living in the wild! After the bananas were finished we went for a walk through the national park and went to the west coast for sunset while chewing on kola nuts (which was quite disgusting and you had to chew very sweet chewing gum with it to make it bearable). With time being my biggest enemy in Madagascar I decided to move on the next day already. It was a long way to go. Next destination: Ankarafantsika ...
... it was way more expensive than what I had so far but it was also far more fancy food and although I usually don't compare to prices in Europe...compared to Europe it was dirt cheap regarding the quality of the food and the service! And I didn't really have much choice since my 6 hour walk in Ankarana Reserve resulted in a new blister in the new flesh of the old blister. It was even more painful than the first one. I could barely walk anymore. Since I didn't have to pay ...
... obviously) because there is a huge baobab in front of the hotel, on the beach.
Even though everyone’s tummy ‘troubles’ thankfully did not cause any problem on the journey, it was longer and more complicated than it should have been:
- driver did not bring any ropes to secure the bags to the roof. He jammed them into the roof rack and said ‘ca va?’, to which we said ...
... paper/posters/notes in the hotel, but clearly happening in practice)
WOW - we saw wild lemurs. A few of the tiny nocturnal ones, scrunched up in hollow tree trunks, peeping out at us, and the black and russet makaku lemurs we'd seen yesterday in the 'park', as well as chameleons, little frog, and a boa constrictor snake that the guide draped around Jack. he said he could feel how strong it was as it moved - but it was still a ...