Hotel Colbert

29 Rue Prince Ratsimamanga, Antananarivo, 101, Madagascar | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 29 Rue Prince Ratsimamanga, Antananarivo.
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    Travel Blogs from Antananarivo

    Day of sleep, learning Malagasy, Frogs and Snakes

    A travel blog entry by bjcourtis74 on Aug 08, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... and have a Latin name crib sheet handy...lol... Madagascan fact for the day.... The golden orb spider ubiquitous through the Madagascan central highlands is known for the quality of it's silk that is an intense saffron colour and reputed to be five times stronger than steel on a weight by weight basis. You may like the clothes that can be produced from this silk. Updated.... Beer successfully bought.... and edible food.... and good ...

    Back to Tana and end of trip thoughts

    A travel blog entry by sranmal on Oct 13, 2011

    12 photos

    ... I'd like to see (such as other-worldly, UNESCO World Heritage-listed Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park) but the difficulty in visiting them makes them very expensive for a single traveller.

    Now onwards to Kenya and my East Africa safari tour with Tucan!

    Expenses (excluding food, shopping and tips): $242 ($1 = ~2,000 Ar)

    Day 18: Tropik Hotel 44kAr ($22), Petrol 85kAr ($42.50)
    Day 19: Petrol 65kAr ($32.50), Les Flots Bleu Hotel ...

    Last day at the mine

    A travel blog entry by jlemasur on Jul 15, 2010

    ... are trying to breed and re-populate the surrounding rivers which was followed by a tour of the forest and the entire process that they have to do before anything gets cut. Its ridiculous! Like 50 years ago they would have cut everything down, taken the ore and left in a hurry but not now. Before they want to cut a chunk of forest or parcel (19-30hectares) they first have to walk every inch and classify all the plants and trees, determine which ones ...

    A bumpy ride

    A travel blog entry by behi on May 05, 2010

    1 photo

    ... far away... no time) and then agrees to help us out. After a few calls we get a thumbs up only to be shocked by the new price of the tickets. What?! It was no way even near that price 2 days ago. My heart sank. How much is it in Kenyan shillings? How about Euros? How many Dollars do we have? do we need more money? Where the hell are we?!! I started fumbling but Mari came through. She handled business, man! At some point while I'm being ****** off by all of this, she sends me off ...

    Wandering around hilly Tana

    A travel blog entry by jenben78 on Nov 07, 2008

    1 comment

    ... From there i found a divine cafe to have a spot of lunch in and then continued my wanderings downhill. Next stop an impressive cathedral built on the site of the aforementioned martyr throwing and then onwards through the meandering streets to get myself back to the centre of town and a well earned shower. more soon i hope: sorry for the lack of photos - nasty computer wont let me upload. Ill try and put them on facebook instead ...