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Today we leave Isalo and head southwest to the coastal town of Tulear, where we take a flight back to Antananarivo. We found out last night that our flight with Air Madagascar has been changed to late afternoon, instead of early morning. Perfect, we don't need to get up so early! We are making one stop along the way at a private park, to hopefully see one of Madagascar's most endemic birds and maybe some more lemur. Parc National Zombitse-Vohibasia is a small area ...
... le peuple Vezo est situé dans
le Sud-Ouest de l’île de Morombe (au nord) à Tuléar
que l'environnement est géré par un dieu omni-présent au dessus de tout
le monde, qui gère le climat, la météorologie et la nature en général.
Les Vezo croient également
que certains esprits, indépendamment du grand dieu
anonyme, habitent la mer et surveillent l'entrée ...
... pasta is directlyimported from Italy, and so are very good but the pasta with crab .........no ones bites of crab ! Rooms are not expensive , Certainly, but the pasta is overpriced!
After a NAP on the swing facing the lagoon, I'm off to visit the small village (orrather the assemblies of huts on the beach) who lives nearexclusively from fishing and tourism.
People are at least also poor here than elsewhere... especially that I have ...
... the better insured and it was also during many prospecting in the Bush that H.Petignat and his team were able to discover and describe new species.
Nice ride in the alleys of this extraordinary garden, very well maintained,
typical species of the South: Euphorbiaceae, pachypodium, and other succulent...
The arboretum includes a collection of more than 900 species of plants ofSouthwest of Madagascar, of which 90% are endemic to ...
... was willing to do. The plan was to head out on Friday, early morning and surf Anakoa till Saturday afternoon and then head back for a bigger surf on Sunday at Sanodrano. Because of extending my trip a few times, Pete, Cara and the kids were back in Tulear and I moved back in with them for the rest of my stay. I was heading out to Anakoa with Blair. Pete wasn't able to go so I had to make my own way to Blair's. The plan was to leave at ...