Chez Maggie Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... take a swim. Its not as challenging a hike as Andringitra, but its even hotter here, so that becomes the biggest challenge. The walk begins with a steady incline to the canyon ridge. On route we are told the history of the local people and their burial traditions. We are shown the tombs of the Bara and the Sakalava people in holes in the side of the canyon rocks. Although not a wildlife hotspot, there is plenty to ...
Today we are ready for a long hike after many hours in the car yesterday, but Kirindy is a fairly small Forest Reserve (12500 hectares), so a normal morning walk is only 2 hours. Our local guide, Sylvio, (not the old guy from last night, but the one who got sick) is taking us today, but Joachim joins too. We ask him if he could take us on a little longer walk, we want to stretch our legs! The hike begins from camp, and is an easy, comfortable walk, with mainly flat ...
This morning we are leaving the magical Tsingy and heading south back down the bumpy road all the way to Kirindy Forest. It will take about 8 hours, so its another early morning. The last few days on the Tsiribhina River and here in the Tsingy have been a truly amazing experience. I have dreamt of visiting this unique part of Madagascar for the past 5 years since we thought about coming here for our honeymoon and have watched in amazement at David Attenborough's documentaries about ...
Of the seven species of Baobab trees in the world six are endemic to Madagascar, today I would see two of them... The allee des Baobabs was one of the other things in the guide book which I had decided was a must... To get there though was another long day on the road for the much part retracing the route we had taken including ...
... it. Luckily Miyoko had given us some Japanese Technology in the form of pain killing bandages and in conjunction with a couple of Voltarens I could actually limp around the next day.
Morondava is a pretty laid back place and it seems "Mora Mora" may actually be it’s theme song. We spent the entire day trying to access the abysmally slow internet and change enough money to pay for our 4 x 4 trip down the coast. My god, the dude in the ...