Hotel Mahatazana

Ampitatafika, Tangaina, Antananarivo, 102, Madagascar | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by jenny.whinney


... to go numb because of the anaesthetic properties of the plant.

The next morning Adam arrived and we went on a walking tour of the city. It took us up to the highest point where there is the Queen's palace remains called the Rova. The Madagascans had the right idea: the King's palace was a little wooden hut with stones to sit on and the Queen's palace was a huge, ornate, stone building furnished with gifts from ...

Racing home to Tana

A travel blog entry by sueblueginger


... 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.... ...

Milk powder, children and lemurs!

A travel blog entry by sueblueginger


... of Madagascar. Because they are so unafraid of humans it's possible to get really close to them, and they were delightful to watch.... intelligent bright eyes assessing us, shiny wet noses and hairy legs stretched out on the branches. There were family groups eating and playing gently together, swinging easily down through the branches. We even saw two different breeds of lemur playing together, and out guide told us that this was quite unusual. ...

"The end of the world is nigh."

A travel blog entry by ngairephillips


... possible and had wholeheartedly adopted the oft heard Malagasy phrase "mora mora" or slowly slowly. Much to Manda's frustration, they regularly slept well past agreed departure times, insisted on stopping "for just a few minutes" (then spent half an hour sucking on a cigarette and comparing notes with the locals) and generally acted like the young folk that they were. We found this rather amusing, not minding in the least as we felt we'd gate-crashed their ...


A travel blog entry by edandclaire


... in deep gorges. The contrast between the hot, dry landscape in the mountains and the lush green of the canyons was simply breathtaking. With large pools forming in the rivers we needed no second invitation to go for a swim, and having a troop of lemurs leaping about in the trees whilst we had lunch was simply the icing on the cake.

Ranomafana therefore had a lot to live up to! A pure rainforest park, it certainly had the scenery and trekking through ...


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