Domaine D'Ambola

Address: Tulear, Madagascar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tulear

To the Sea

A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Oct 08, 2015

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We left Isalo and headed by bus on the long road to Toliara on the coast of the Mozambique Channel. Along the way we passed a couple of mining towns. Sapphires have been found in the area, and people stood in the river panning for them. Small shops with barred windows lined the street where a lucky panner would take his raw sapphires. Madagascar also has emeralds and gold but no diamonds.

A little before lunch ...

Day 11-13

A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Sep 17, 2015

... 37 hectares (that's a small area for a nature reserve, right? I have no idea on this) with 400 lemurs. When it was originally founded there were only 150 ring tailed lemurs there, but they have flourished now that they have a safe place to call home. Truly remarkable. The great thing about Ring tailed lemurs is that they live in much shorter trees and even come to the ground sometimes, so it's much easier to over indulge on the picture taking and more of ...

Malagasy Hospital

A travel blog entry by courtney.w on Jan 22, 2014

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Today we hunted for health stats on the Malagasy pediatric population. First we took a pousse pousse to the hospital but unfortunately they did not have any stats on the ped population. I was not able to go through the various departments of ...

Tuléar, "mouillez là"

A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 02, 2013

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... communautaire et familial, tout comme les sens des affaires ... comme les chinois .

mais elle agace les malgaches , qui se trouvent exclus de ce qu'ils considèrent comme un monopole.

Une ville Far west , far south , mais qui est fort vivante dès les premières lueurs du soleil...

J'ai tout de suite apprécié cette ville de bord de mer, la rue principale des arcades, le marché très animé, la mer qui se retire très loin, les ...


A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 01, 2013

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... the
small island in front of Anakao (nosy vé) where one can do snorkelling.

Straight out dinner by the ocean (lobster and sea cigallesGrilled accompanied rice with homemade tomato sauce) will be thousand timesbetter than the dinner the night before at Peter Pan... and much less expensiveObviously!

Departure at 8.30 morning in a outrigger canoe with Jojo and two young.
The boat is not thick: at most three meters long, for 50 ...