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 …
... used as weapons. Luckily the computer was able to be re-assembled and the line eventually kept moving. The funniest part about the scene were the 8 or so security guards watching it happen with a completely bored look in their faces....I would have taken the opportunity to tackle the old man....but I guess that's just me. After a short one hour flight we landed in Tana with only a short wait until the red eye flight to ...
... more than 8 or so folks on stage the vibes were right. Heavy beats, reggae stylee. Lord ha Mercy! The local rum also worked its magic, and there was plenty of bumpin and grindin. Kind of a late night, especially because the next day was gonna be a long ...
... Some were journalists and some were musicians. One young man from Paris who is Lebanese said that Go! was his favorite album of all times and Dexter was like a God to him. Yes, I am in Madagascar. An alto player who was a retired English teacher asked me if I thought Dexter was influenced by being of Malagasy descent. What had I noticed here about that possibility. A woman looked at Dexter's photo and said: "Oh, he is definitely Malagasy." They wanted to know what ...
... in and departure formalities. We had a light lunch while we waited for the 2:30 flight to depart; it left on time.
We arrived in Antananarivo about two hours after we left, but only about an hour on our watches when the time-change was factored in. I had a visit request in Tana, as the capital is called by it’s diminutive, and as I was planning the trip I thought there might be one or two more, so I had planned a little extra ...