Travel Blogs from Toamasina (Tamatave)
... lots of thick green grass , tropical flowers and the friendly host Arnaud. We were the only guest for the 4 days, very relaxed. By scooter we discovered the North. It was a real off road track, poor scooter! Some parts we had to walk a bit! Did a piroque tour in Ampanihy bay nice only we hoped to see some sharks and baby sharks as was written in the Lonely Planet. Unfortunately that was just a story in the book as the Lonely Planet is wrong about lot of things in ...
... from the
centre.. .to turn the business, taxis in two or four wheels, the minibus
and touts...I still lose this precious time, the needle turns inexorably... Come walk in the city centre, I understand and it makes me understand that I have to sleep here...My goal to see small animals, lemurs, very morning...are dwindling...
The light is magical here, I find the hues, the spirit, the atmosphere of Ambalavao, one of my favorite towns on the RN 7.
... la forêt primaire et secondaire. Le soleil tape fort et la balade se passe calmement, mais je sais que ce sera difficile à moi seul , (sans guide ou rabatteur ) de rencontrer les babakotos , des lémuriens lève tôts . En effet, ces animaux n'aiment pas la chaleur et se reposent dès 10 heures.
Je rebrousse vite mon chemin et décide plutot d'aller en direction des quelques habitants , très pauvres . Ils vivent loin du premier village mais utilise la ...
... at that time, I did not know too where I would go to sleep this evening.., because I took a lot of delay waiting at the dock of this small village (which I wouldn't be
able to locate on a map or maps.google... in satellite mode!)
With the taxi , i again crosses many rivers relatively large, I observes, far away, the work of the locals, here, activity is closely linked to the River since sand is the main resource, is it
extracted from ...
... for me!
Nosy Boraha, the living conditions are quite basic. The most of the Malagasy live in plant boxes built in from "the tree of the traveller". Very few have electricity; septic systems are virtually non-existent (System D therefore).As the supply of water, the St. Marians use wellsscattered throughout the island.
The insular character of the place and the particularities of the coral soil werepromoted various adaptations both ...