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Travel Blogs from Ambanja
June 7 continued- Reverse trip is physically similar, good mountain views approaching the coast. Stop in the spiny forest because the guide sees from the vehicle a good sized chameleon by the roadside, and a loo stop near a river shaded by big gum trees - could have been Australia, except for the fact they were making a dugout out of a gum tree. …
... about the liquid that is is on the black list in Europe, conclusion it's poison. Day by day it went better and so we moved to another small town. After 3 days there I was back alive again! What a great feeling to be outside and eating food again! 7 Days in bed is really enough!
It was a perfect Malagasy diet programm! But we do not have an idea why I got so sick.
We rented a quad and went around the island, beautiful green paradise with stunning beaches! we had a ...
Our 84th day we were on the island of Nosy Be, Madagascar, going to the city of Andoany previously called Hellville after Admiral de Hell the governor of the area in colonial times. We arrived by tender to a very unstable narrow dock and quickly boarded a bus without air conditioning. This is the most popular place in Madagascar, but there is not much here to see, just a few beach hotels that cater to people from France and Italy. The island is very poor ...
... all waving to us and smiling. After the chameleon photographing and ylang ylang trees, we headed for a hotel on the beach where there was a native dance demonstration and refreshments. It was a nice break and at least shaded with ceiling fans because man was it hot here. I thought Singapore and Malaysia were hot, but this took the cake, plus I have this dumb cold so it was pretty brutal…even my eyelids were sweating!! After our respite we headed off ...
... of rainforest rising up on land behind.
I fell into a seat and gulped down my fruit juice as I was introduced to the owners. I could get used to this.
But that feeling of bliss didn’t last long. I struggled though the day, barely ate or drank, and slid into bed as early as I deemed reasonable for a Friday night on holiday.
During the night, fevers came and my throat grew worse. I realised I wasn’t going anywhere ...
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed