Hotel Le Zahir Lodge Nosy Be
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Travel Blogs from Nosy Be
... but no other car or truck can take us and no place to stay and see next day. We got stuck in this van. We crawled back on the bench again and sit and wait. My knees were already pushing in the seat in front of me, not to mention how Mark had to sit the entire trip. Impossible but we had too. We couldn't sit straight up but anyway we tried and lean with our head against the front seat, so narrow! And the van was put together with glue and tape, almost falling apart. And our ...
... trying to sell us different touristy things in the middle of the road with cars and buses trying to get past.
When we got back to the dock there was a very long line waiting for the tenders fortunately we had an umbrella to give some protection from the sun. While heading back to the ship we noticed that the crew had removed the razor wire from the promenade deck and also, the water cannons and sound devises so I guess we are no longer in danger from the ...
... sick which was really sweet.
With all that said I haven’t exactly figured out what this trip was all about and somehow I think it might be quite awhile until I do figure it out. And I’m being premature anyway since I still have 30 more days and 11 more ports!! I’m almost out of books though so I’m in need of recommendations…I don’t want anything heavy, serious, heart-wrenching or tear-jerking, I’d like to ...
... staff to be found, no working equipment and often no electricity when most needed, I decided to check out the Malagasy healthcare system from a different perspective - that of a patient.
The week leading up to my ‘holiday week’ I’d begun to feel off. At first it was my finger. I know, inconsequential it seems, but during my on-call shift, in the middle of the night on a ward it began to hurt. I couldn’t figure where or how ...
... on the return journey...it's an experience! We then got to Nosy Be by wooden boats which luckily weren't too wet! Camp was very basic but joined on to the local village which was nice as the villagers were very friendly especially the children who loved looking through all of our books and being tickled! Facilities on camp included a zebu trough for water and washing, a longdrop, fires for cooking and tents to sleep in (that often collected a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet