Hotel Bamboo Club Ifaty Tulear
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... re aspiring to be as wealthy as Afghanistan, a country where war and destruction have been their chief occupations since time immemorial).
There's not a lot of alternatives but I'm still not sure a bus tour is the best way to see Madagascar- we seemed to zip through a number of areas that warranted a longer look and spent too much time in less interesting spots. We did get used to it, made some new connections we're hoping to use in the future, and given the ...
... spoke French so it made things a lot easier for me to get around. We did a 3 hour hike through this canyon where we went swimming in these fresh water pools and waterfalls. The Lemurs were in this campground area. Lemurs are such unique looking animals. They look a lot like monkey's but have crazy coloring and insanely long tails. They also have these beady little red eye's. They act a lot like monkey's, climbing trees and jumping ...
... jump off the boat or hang on. Fortunately, everything worked out fine, no one got hurt and we ended up just getting stuck on this reef until the tide got high enough that we could push the boat into deeper water. It was pretty scary at the time, but we all got a good laugh out of it at the end of it.
Fortunately, Pete's schedule allowed him to surf most days and his work didn't usually start till the afternoon. A lot of what he does is teach ...
... off than the farmers in some areas we'd driven through.
They have the fish to eat. Jill and I, with our pale skins and white(ish) hair attracted attention every time we ventured out onto the beach, young and old calling out to us " Vazaha" ( foreigner) " Cadeau " ( present). Some women ran towards us with their little babies held out in front. The babies would start screaming hysterically and the grown ups would ...
We set off early the next morning for a stint of snorkelling on the Rose Garden Reef. One of two protected reefs within the expansive Bay of Ranobe, the primary coral is the delicately formed "petals" characteristic of the large and aptly named Rose Coral. Measuring more than a metre across and around a metre high, it provides a range of micro-habitats for fish, invertebrates and algae alike. An impressively abundant and diverse fish fauna provided an excellent snorkelling ...