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... en dehors du temps dans un endroit au calme entre chants d'oiseaux et
murmure de la rivière, et de temps en temps le bruit fracassant d'un train....je logerais dans un lieu magique perdu entre la forêt primaire et secondaire :
On me laisse au bord de la RN 2 , une fin d'après midi, je dois absolument arriver avant la nuit..Le chemin longe une rivière, je prends mon temps car je ne peux courir avec mon gros sac de 20 kilos. Après une demi heure de marche soutenue, je ...
... aspects of Madagascar and his history.
After arriving in the park, paid the entrance fee, and went hiking. He talked to me about the different plants, bugs, animals, and more about lemurs than I could ever retain.
Soon we were off the main path and in the forest. In the distance, Indri lemurs began to sing their morning communication. Granted, this singing was way more of a shriek, but nonetheless it was beautiful. This was the only place that they can be heard. They ...
The hotel was near a lake among the forest. We walked up 3 sets of small cement steps. On each level was another row of charming bungalows. He showed me my room and left me.
I sat on my bed. The fresh air was heaven. The view of the trees and peeps of the birds in the distance made me feel peaceful.
I took my camera and went for a walk.
Although I was content, I was nervous on how I was going to get to Morondava on Wednesday. I wanted ...
A Taxi Brousse is essentially a 15 passenger van. Some are stripped of most fabric and non-essential metal. They have added little cushions that fit perfectly between 2 regular seats to make 1 large booth stretching the width of the van. The bus is STUFFED with as many individuals that will fit. Items are piled on top of the van in such an organized fashion it would rival airplane cargo packing. After everything is loaded and the passengers have turned into sardines, they cover the luggage ...
... rather than getting down to the nitty gritty of nappy changing.
At 11.30 on Monday mornings we have a meeting with Binh, the Peace Corps worker who organises our schedule and rotas for the week. She warned us that Madame Odette, the housekeeper, intended to do an inspection of the volunteer house....... and she would expect the wooden stairs to be waxed with half a coconut and would be on the lookout for cobwebs! ...