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... juicy pineapple, fresh or flambe’d – the kids were curious about what banana flambé was, and when we described it Connor said ‘ok, so it’s burnt banana!’ – not loving ‘wet bananas’ (ie the opposite of dried banana, which he does like!), he passed on that
... ropes back, Steve said they were not suitable as they were green – trying to make a joke – which of course they did not get…
... own way. Proper support would help no doubt, but there is a sense of when the government intervenes 'all the animals disappear' (to the chinese our guide said).
There is lots of corruption here, lots of inefficiencies, but lots of people trying to make a living out of tourism - both good and bad tourism (we've spotted lots of 60+ year old italian and french men with local Malagasy female 'companions', which is actively ...
After a decent sleep, we looked out to see the blue of the ocean at the end of the garden. We had breakfast at tables just above the sand, overlooking the ocean - it's a funny little place, quiet, quaint, not much happening. The breakfast was typically French - very good coffee, some fruit, crepes, bread roll and jam. Simple but not very filling.
The lady at reception took all the details of my missing bag and promised ...
... and the owner (Gerard - we have not met Francine yet) said "Bienvenue les voyageurs braves" - welcome brave travellers!!
Other initial impressions:
- we can hear the Indian ocean, it's about 20 metres away, in the dark
- 3 ply loo roll (even Madagascar still influenced by French obsession with their bums and what comes out of it!)