Chez Maggie Hotel
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... forest is dry, and it seems impossible there would be life in here with so little water source, but there is! We begin by spotting a White Breasted Mesite, a very rare and endemic bird, he is beautiful. The lemurs soon begin to wake and bath in the sun, today we see Red Fronted Brown Lemurs and the elegant Verreaux's Sifaka. Continuing through the forest, our guide talks about the local flora, particularly the Baobab trees that are found in this forest. There are 8 ...
... I feel incredibly lucky that this dream has come true and am very grateful for the opportunities I have to see these spectacular places. There are certain moments in all our Africa trips that I remember the most and I think this will be one of them, an absolute highlight! We settle ourselves in the car for the long drive, but don't get very far before we are out again and waiting for the ferry. There are a few cars ahead of us making the same trip and since the ferry has ...
After I had to spend one night in Tana I decided to take the night bus - despite recommendations not to do that - to Morondava. The highway from Tana to Morondava is supposedly one of the most dangerous roads in the whole country due to active banditry. I didn't mind a little adventure and of course opted for the night bus since it was a 18-hours drive. We were going pretty slow, stopping here and there and waiting for other taxi brousses to form ...
... Shrimp meal in Belo... The best food I have had in Madagascar... Beautiful and photogenic though it is, the number of stalls, and boys with Chameleons on sticks and well the actual number of trees means in my view the Allee des Baobabs may be a little over hyped... Though with a THB or two it was good to watch the sunset behind the ...
... have checked his sums 15 times before handing over the cash.
We had a final dinner with the Mora Mora tribe and our honorary members Kerry and Patrick before heading back to the Oasis and another dose of the Sakalava band. With a 6am start the next morning and a throbbing ankle, I called it a day at midnight but Tim soldiered on till well after 2am. We would eventually have to have a sleep in but I couldn’t see it happening for a few days ...