Constance Tsarabanjina

Address: B.P. 380, Tsarabanjina, 2007, Madagascar | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on B.P. 380, Tsarabanjina, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Tsarabanjina

    Queen Em

    A travel blog entry by emilyleczkowski on Sep 17, 2014

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    ... to walk around the marketplace that was located in the center of town. We noticed a great amount of government officials guarding the trade that was taking place. They also wore these “ceremonial daggars” called jambiya that had handles made of rhino tusk. Merchants were also selling and trading these beautifully carved rhino tusks. I have never thought of doing such a ...

    Restaurants: Would you like Typhoid with that?

    A travel blog entry by longbeard on Oct 07, 2010

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    ... research most travelers, he would not know that 400 cases " of Typhoid fever occurs each year and 75% of these are acquired while traveling internationally, " according to the (CDC) Center for Disease Control and prevention. Since Typhoid exits in meat products, eggs, and in some fruit peels, the CDC recommends that travelers cook their meats well done, boil the Yemeni faucet water, and clean all fruit and vegetables prior to peeling them. If you can follow ...

    Is it the Taxi or the Bus

    A travel blog entry by longbeard on Oct 07, 2010

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    ... the Highal destined bus to pull over and pick me up.

    A few busses filled with passengers usually drive past before I can get the driver of a 1/2 filled bus to notice me. When he does, I am on my way destined to Highel Avenue that stretches from the end of Baghdad to Sana'a Main Post Office. While searching for a seat that is not to close to the women, and not to crowded, the bus takes off. You are lucky if the bus doesn't take off with one of your ...

    Hiking in Yemen's Haraz Mountains

    A travel blog entry by mebiner on Dec 20, 2008

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    ... back seat of a motorcycle, zooming up a winding mountain road. I felt like apologizing to Suzan for doing such a thing, as she had made me promise that I would be safe and not do anything dangerous. The moto-taxi ride was just about a promise-breaker. We got to the village of Hoteib without incident, an important Ismaili (sect of Shia Islam) pilgrimage destination with a saint's tomb. Plenty of Pakistani and Indian pilgrims were ...

    Into the Haraz Mountains of Yemen

    A travel blog entry by mebiner on Dec 19, 2008

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    ... especially warm in the day's first light. It was only the pervasive trash that compromised the mood I had for Kawkaban, and I wondered how difficult it would be to launch a massive campaign to clean up Yemen and educate the populace to not litter. Back in my room I had breakfast in my room, on the carpet, and I ate much of the "bint" dessert of the night before which Yahia had told me to save. He sat in my room and chatted while I ate, making himself at ...