Chez Maggie Hotel

Nosy Kely, Morondava, 619, Madagascar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Nosy Kely, Morondava, is near Niger River and Djinguereber Mosque.
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    Travel Blogs from Morondava

    Jean-Claude Gendarme

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 16, 2013

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    Our 4 x 4 driver Allain and his sidekick, DaDa picked us up just after 6am. We were unbelievably spritely after the previous two nights celebrations at Jen Le Rasta's. We had decided to fork out the $$$$’s for a trip down the west coast of Madagascar from Morondava to Tulear (Toliara) rather than return to Antsirabe and head south on the RN7. We aren’t particularly fond of going over our tracks and we were interested to check out if the rumours ...

    Where The Sky Has Legs

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 14, 2013

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    Another early morning and we retraced our steps back to Bello Sur Tsiribinha for repeat scrummy feast of Gambas sautéed in garlic. Scrumdidlilicious. Then it was off to the famous Boababs, First stop was the twisted Lovers tree; a freak of nature where two trees had entwined themselves around each other like...well lovers. Miyoko was in her element. She revealed to me that this area had been on the top of her list regarding Madagascar and she was over ...

    Three days in a Leaky Boat...

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 11, 2013

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    ... our packs placed in each section for us to lean on. Thin mattresses were draped over the top to hopefully take the sting out of the wooden seat.

    It seemed as though half the village was there for one reason or another. The local lasses were doing the washing and having a bath at the same time. There seemed no problem with getting their gear off in front of local men and tourists alike. Pirogues were ferrying the locals from one side of the bank to another and the ...

    Headed to the River

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 08, 2013

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    ... there were very few trees. Definitely not what I’d imagined when I first thought of Madagascar.

    We stopped for a look at an area where the predominant industry is panning for gold. Whole families worked together to grind down the rock and sieve for small specks that they could sell to the dealers who came in from the city. Apparently 10g’s was enough to make a round trip from Tana worthwhile. I had to wonder ...

    West Coast: Baobabs and Kirindy Forest

    A travel blog entry by georgg on Nov 19, 2012

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    Monday, Nov 19th

    We had to wake up at 4 am today, for our 4:30 pick up to the airport. Given that our bodies are still on HK time it wasn't that hard to get up at 4. But it turned out to be completely in vain, since we found out at the airport that Air Madagascar had changed our flight from 6:35 to 9:00. (At that stage we didn't know that this is fairly normal for Air Madagascar. They seem to make up a completely new schedule every day, just depending on how ...