Hotel Victory Toliara
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... fuss, without being "baba cool
nickname", which beat backpackers to life here!...
My choice 'B n'B ' fell on Peter Pan bungalow resort, run by two Italian friends fell in love with the corner since 2 years. Besides other transalpine relied a bit away, they have a PADI diving club.
One of the owners, explain me that we need to take one meal a day in theirHotel... and all other hotels in the village will work as well!Either I take the dinner at peter ...
... gourmet, that my dinner, couscous, was really tasty and just right amount.
On an area of 40 hectares, surrounded by a hedge plant, the initiator has
undertaken to reproduce and multiply either by seed, cuttings or
transplants, the most endangered plant species in order to preserve the
largest number of deforestation constant, some of Bush fires and looters. The
study, the identification and appropriate their description ...
... else around. At this point I just pretty much lost my mind on this guy, screaming at him and basically acting like a mad man. I did this for two reasons. I wanted him to think that I was a lunatic and also to draw as much attention to us as possible. Apparently, this worked. He took off running. I thought for sure it was going to be a battle, and was pretty surprised when he didn't come at me. If it did come to blows I felt pretty ...
... a window. What I didn't realize was that the door and window were both broken. Every time the bus hit a bump the window would fly open on me and I would get a blast of freezing cold air to the face. On top of that, the door did not shut properly and there was a constant flow of cold air at my legs. This made sleeping rather impossible and I pretty much froze till the next morning when it finally warmed up.
As uncomfortable as the ride was it ...
... we stepped!
So we stayed just one night, and then took the bumpy ride back to Toliar, where life was getting back to normal, Taxi Brousse was starting to run north, so we know the roads would be clear for our return journey.
We had two days to retrace our journey, back to Tana. One day to see all the children and say goodbye to the staff, and then I would be heading home while Jill had one more week at Akany.