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... half hour in the dark. The next day we circumnavigated the small island to the South and yesterday we took a break and relaxed at the resort. Sofia was old enough to learn to Scuba dive (up to 6 meters) and she was very excited. We are heading back to the mainland today though we are having to fly by private plane as Air Madagascar ( which we are now calling Air Badagascar) cancelled our ...
We got up early this morning to be at the airport at 7am for our 9am flight to Isle St. Marie. Unfortunately we were not informed that the flight was changed to 1:40pm and so we had to kill nearly 5 hours in the airport. Eventually we arrived on Isle St. Marie for 4 days of beach holiday. Looking forward to a little rest and ...
... and slowly, but steadily started to feel better. I just needed to rest too, I guess.
Tuesday, April 28
I felt much, much better this morning. In the afternoon Maria and I went to Neptune again. After that we biked to Madame Priscilla, who had some newspapers for me where they talk about Mercy Ships. We then biked to Adam&Eve, where we got some fresh coconut juice – so refreshing :-). I’m gonna miss it a lot!
Since our boat got delayed and we had to stay longer in Paradise we have tried hard to make the most of it. Turns out Rafael and I are experts at relaxing and playing in the sun. Some more delicious seafood meals and the pool at the hotel ...
... farm land, and to provide charcoal, the main source of energy for its people, the Malagasy. Its rich top soil is washing away into the ocean. As one of our speakers put it, the country is caught in a “tragic cycle of doom.” Prince Phillip reportedly stated, “Your country is committing suicide.” They are driven to it by “desperation, not despair”. Despite its substantial human problems, Madagascar is an ...