Hotel La Ribaudiere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... where 12 million people, now there are 22 million. That rate of growth is not sustainable. We have met many wonderful people throughout this trip who are doing some incredible things to help with conservation, they are truly inspiring. I would love to be the optimist and think that it is not too late, but it seems like the impossible task to stop the already very advanced chain of destruction. It is estimated that Madagascar has already lost 90% of its ...
... the land becomes drier and the air hot. Green is replaced with brown dry grass and fewer trees. Its not easy to grow rice the more we travel east, so rice farming is replaced more and more with clay fields and farming of vegetables. The villages become smaller and the houses more shanty. Some so tilted it looks like the slightest breeze would knock it down. Its market day in one of the villages, so everyone is out. The street is full ...
Have had virtually no internet in Madagascar, but have been writing some notes as I go, so hopefully these make sense. Also I just discovered that you can only read the description of the photos if you click on them, otherwise you'll just get the caption, but only some photos have descriptions so not a big deal. Going well in Madagascar so far. It's only a small group- just seven of us- and our guide and driver. Thursday (14th august) we left Antananarivo and drove to a raffia ...
... and mirrors sent as presents from France, Italy and the UK. The entrance gate to the old palace had a huge round stone to its side which used to be rolled in front of the gate by slaves to prevent anyone entering the area. At the back of the palaces were two bathing pools for the King and his 12 Queen's. Now they are filled with the most disgusting, stagnant, green water, but despite this locals still drink it when they are ...
... towards him) and found a place to leave it outside a Western Union Office. it started to rain, he got out his guitar and we sang anything we knew a few words to, just to pass the time until his friend came in a 4x4. he drove madly back to Tana under darkening skies. It seemed to take ages to get across Tana in the dark... the streets looked shadowy and Dickensian.
we arrived back at the Volunteer house in Akany Avoko at about 8.30pm.... ...