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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... 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 ...
... and then add the cost of maintaining the driver in terms of food and accomodation. Not an option for budget travellers. So No Driver & Car.
4. Tour operator wit tailored tour. Don't. If you value your dollar, just don't. It's a great option for travellers who have only come to Madagascar and have a limited time here, with a certain amount of cash. Around $155.00 a day gets you food, accomadation, driver, insurance, car and ...
... dumb we walked through a side door behind the lemur cages. I guess the guy knew he could get some money out of us and he let us in with one of the ring-tailed lemurs! Well damn if this wasn’t one of the coolest moments of life! The lemur just started to walk all over Cory and we got to feed and pet him. He was like a pet, really friendly, although for only eating fruit I don’t know why they need such vampire teeth on them! After this we toured the rest ...
... south out of town and eventually ended up in the city of Antsirabe. This city had many rickshaws (called a pouse-pouse) and drivers who camped outside the nice small "Villa Camellia" hotel where we stayed. I was happy as I found a gas station just down the street that I could walk to that had Diet Cokes (typical American - huh). The next morning we did a tour of the city and Babba ...
... the hills with winding streets, and my favourite, the vivid purple jacaranda trees.We have two days in the city to get our money sorted, go to the supermarket for some supplies, and be given a vague orientation of Malagasy life, language, and customs. Then it's off to our placement, Anjozorobe, three hours north of Tana in a taxi-brousse (bush taxi) along an increasingly bumpy ...