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... were up to their usual nonsense for our journey home – we docked at Hell-Ville harbor on our last day, thinking we’d have hours to kill and to go shopping (and have pizza – kids were craving it!) before having to head to the airport – however, we received panicked phone calls that the flight to Antananarivo had been brought forward from 5pm to 1pm!! I have never heard of that! So we had to dash to the airport, and were not able to buy one of ...
[have had no wifi the last week, hence the lack of posts!]
We finally left Diego Suarez and our dismal hotel, with its spectacularly uncomfortable beds and pillows, 5am wake-up with what sounds like the Malagasy national anthem, mosquitoes, and average food.
We'd been dreading the long journey from Diego Suarez, with everyone except Ella showing signs of 'troubles’ brewing the night before we left. The ...
... the little village for something else to eat.
Connor was doing his PADI exam this evening - Bruno will collect him early in the morning and bring him to us, before we head off to the mainland. They have arranged for a speedboat to come to our hotel and take us across, then we get a vehicle and driver to take us to the Reserve de l'Ankarana where we should see different species of lemurs.
Looking forward to seeing him!
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 ...
... each passport!). We collected our luggage and then had to re-scan it and check it in for the Nosy Be flight – so I know it had arrived in Madagascar!
Then of course when we stood waiting, with bated breath, for the luggage handlers to bring the bags through - three of our four bags were there quickly. But not mine – some French people were also missing their luggage, probably 10 of us in total. So, I had to complete forms, ...