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... is Malagasy. A very good bass player named Gabrielle from Montpellier. They introduced her as Mamagasy which is how they define people who are French and Malagasy. Mamagasy or Papagasy. The first half was a bit much when a woman sang a Gregory Porter song, On My Way to Harlem. She pronounced Harlem as Har-ler. It was so disconcerting. I know English wasn't her first or second language but at least she could pronounce Harlem properly. The piano player was very ...
... certain, as so much of the natural environment has been degraded. There are 22 million people here and the island is rather small, so there has been a lot of deforestation and what remains of the forests, although protected, may need to be cleared to support the population if it grows any bigger. There are lots of gum trees here- they were introduced because they grow fast so they are a good source of timber- and also some bottle brush and other Australian natives. (Lots of gum ...
... recovered it from one of the boys who had put his foot over it to take it. I got a call today (via Skype) and it was really great to see and hear from my brother in law, Claude, Lise and Louis-Philippe. I got a little emotional but it was great to have you so close for a little while. Miss you ...
... completely changed and was a bundle of laughs and smiles with broken English. The airport was a good 15 kms from the city which was drooped over a couple of hills in the distance. We chugged and rattled along in his antique Renault 4, he laughing at my awful schoolboy French with some bad Italian thrown in for good measure, whilst I tried to learn some basic Malagasy.
Once in Tana things became clearer and it was not quite as I ...
... making craft activity.
After lunch I took four of the older girls to their horse riding, walking across the town. Usually there are two of us, but today we were short staffed, so I walked across the village and down to the lakeside riding venue with them. One of them, Julianna, is very sweet.... but the other three girls are usually a bit wild. The lesson went well and the sun shone,but as soon as it was time to walk back to Akany we ...