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... there is also a sadness to Madagascar. The extent of deforestation is enormous and it is still a major problem that the current government does not seem to be controlling. It continues to put a very serious threat on Madagascar's unique biodiversity. They have already lost so many species of flora and fauna, and so many more are now endemic. I fear that they are on the brink of losing all of this, especially when the population is increasing at such a rate. In ...
This was a long flight from Paris. We (7 of us) landed at 10:20PM in Antananarivo. Rather anxious because it is a far away destination. We did not know so much what to expect.
We entered the small airport of Ivato and queued for some time to get my visa. Have my bags collected, we went out of the gate and saw the guide with our name. What a relief! we had this trip organized by ...
... magret de canard (steak of duck breast) in a pepper corn sauce. It was delicious and an excellent value.
Tomorrow I’ve arranged for Pascal to pick me up at 8:00. I’ll have a quick look around town on the way to the airport for my flight which leaves just after noon heading toward Nairobi, connecting to Kigali where I should meet our Church president Jim Franks who will visit the members in Rwanda and then Burundi. They are very much looking forward to his ...
... wander the sides of the less populated areas and everything seems new and different to us as we drink in our first visions of Africa. The only eyesore is pointed out by our driver, the large, military looking American embassy, which as per normal manages to give the impression that it exists in a seperate space from the area that surrounds it.
Through markets and cobbled streets to ...
... must go elsewhere to learn, but many stay on the island. Up to this point we have just seen the city through the window of a car, so we are hoping to take the next few days off and travel around the city. You know, fit into the culture like a fly on the wall, seamlessly…too bad we have a giant white Sasquatch named Cory and wherever we go people look and point! Well…not many, just most ...