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... if that is the correct translation to lemur dore. We also spotted our chameleon right next to the restaurant after breakfast. Francois and Lucie gave a few leeches a nice snack, Francois on the ankle and Lucie on the front of the shoulder and on the back of her thigh. I stopped one from getting a free meal on my arm. (I chalk it up as ...
... to stay at the Hotel Feon’ny Ale which was a little above Scott’s budget, but in the end he also did decided to take a bungalow there. I had my heart set on one of the attractive wooden bungalows set opposite the national park boundaries where (according to reviews on Trip Advisor) Lemurs would cavort in the trees at dusk.
I was shown one by the staff and immediately took it. Scott decided on another cheaper bungalow at the back of ...
Nous sommes un vendredi (zoma), un jour neutre pour les ...
The next morning I was schedule to meet Tina, my male guide, in front of my hotel. At 6:30, we started off to walk to the National Park.
Originally I had decided to do a 3 hour walk. But I was very concerned about time. The last Taxi Brousse would leave Moramonga at 5:30. If it took almost 2 hours to get there from Antisibe, I had to leave the town by 3:30. BUT since there was no schedule, I had to hope that there would be a Taxi brousse that came along the main road between ...
I walked a few feet and was greeted by a man from the hotel. He welcomed me and took me to the reception.
A woman of about 40 asked my name. She seemed unfriendly. She said I wasn't scheduled for today and if I remembered my room number. I didn’t. She asked me how much I was supposed to pay. I didn’t know. I really didn’t care which type of room I stayed in. Nothing was more than $30 a night there. She told the man what my room number was and gave me ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEulophiella Andasibe
Our group stayed in the "bungalows" section of the lodge. They are very basic, but provide what we need for a true adventure experience. The hot water in each bungalow is provided by a propane tank, and if the pilot light goes out you need to summon assistance (unless you feel confident about lighting it yourself). The common elements of the lodge are great, and the food is excellent. It is a perfect place from which to stage lemur-sighting safaris!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.