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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ile Sainte-Marie (Nosy Boraha)
... to rain though, so I decided to go back to La Petite Traversee, and sit on a lounge chair and read. I actually did not fall asleep and managed to read a lot! After a freshly baked oven pizza we said goodbye to Ocki and left for Princess Bora. It is a resort with a spa and diving opportunities. Since Lise wanted to do some scuba diving, she needed to do a refreshment course, which would take 2 hours. During that time I lied on the beach, and read some more ...
... We chose to bypass the Masoala national park due to the weather and time restrictions, and head straight north instead. Tomorrow we fly off the island, stop for a quick layover in Antananarivo, then up to the north tip of the island, Diego ...
Reading the news this am, I came across this: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-32 621444 http://news.nationalpost.com/news/world /captain-kidds-legendary-treasure-belie ved-found-in-madagascar-after-diver-une arths-silver-bar#__federated=1 Could this really be capt. Kidd's treasure? Just part of it? We saw a lot of commotion (film crews etc.) on ilot madame, a small islet in the bay connected by a bridge to the main island of st. Marie. Pretty ...
... down in a boulangerie for tea, coffee and pastries and wait out the rain. Found ourselves a hotel close to town, on the beach with a pool and internet. Not too shabby. At least we found out while we were still on isle st. Marie, the options in Soanierana-Ivongo are limited and dubious. 3 days there would have not been very fun, and likely a repeat of last night. Nothing wrong with a little more island ...
... that sounded good, and it was.
Rich and I did our one hour on the deck and liked looking at the scenery. After being at sea for six days it is nice to see trees.
We dined once again in MDR for dinner. Then, did the usual thing of going to the Avenue Saloon for a new martini.
The seas are behaving. A sea day tomorrow as we sail towards Taolanaro, Madagascar.
Until next time...