Hotel Le Zahir Lodge Nosy Be
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Travel Blogs from Nosy Be
... 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 ...
... through town I knew I was in a different kind of place when amid the taxis and buses there were oxen-drawn wagons and as we drove by a market I watched a man put a live duck in the trunk of his car and close it before returning to the market to finish the rest of his Easter shopping. I figured with the heat, the duck should be finished roasting in there in about 8 hours maybe, just have to pick off the feathers before eating. LOL My tour today first took us to ...
... day. I came down for breakfast the next morning to cancel all my plans at the reception desk and was caught by the owner, dropped into a chair, nearly fainting.
So the doctor was called and thus began my ordeal with the Malagasy healthcare system.
I couldn’t make it up to the bungalow so was placed on a sofa downstairs such that I could be watched closely until the doctor arrived. When she did, I quickly realised that patient privacy ...
... 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 ...
... in arranging our flights, etc. We couldn't have functioned without all this help.
Thankyou's and love to our families and friends in Australia who helped remotely. We need you all badly.
We are currently in Australia again, I will post our rough journey shortly. I will also attempt to fill in the other blog entries, although the notes I've taken are now tainted by a gap in our lives.
Khaz and Rhiannon.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet