Hotel Carlton Antananarivo Madagascar
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Our hotel was lovely and it had great service. It's in the city so we can go shopping. Sadly Ella insisted on heading to the Montazah Palace Gardens instead of going shopping I grudgingly agree.. Me and Ella marveled at the hedges cut into shapes of animals. After we sat down and had a picnic in the middle of the gardens. We ate ham and cheese …
At the airport it was very small not a big airport. Then we traveled to the hotel very nice place. In the city so very close to shops. So we headed to the Montazah Palace Gardens. Me and Kaylah marveled at the hedges cut into shapes of animals. After we sat down and had a picnic in the middle of the gardens. We ate ham and cheese sandwiches and …
... and board. We were only just in time for the boarding, phew!
We left for Tana with a delay of almost an hour… The cabin crew were super friendly an helpful. The food was better than expected and we even got a small bottle of wine with our lunch..and French cheese of course J. During the 11-hour flight I watched How to train your dragon 2 and the November man. I ...
... is such an interesting place with so much culture, and biodiversity. The landscapes change dramatically and we have only explored a fraction. Without question there have been some trip highlights that stand out for me: The three day pirogue cruise down the Tsiribihina river was the true Madagascar experience and one I will never forget, along with climbing in the Grand Tsingy, it is a place unlike any other. However, with all the incredible experiences ...
On the 3rd day of my adventure I went for a self guided tour of the Avenue of Baobabs which has a pub inside one of the trees . The baobab can grow up to (on average) 30 metres high and 11 metres wide. The baobab is also known as the tree of life as it has the materials to make clothes, rope, food, water and shelter. ...