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... twice because of it. Ian and I totally agree that the Thai ladies are so beautiful and very gentle people, a lovely introduction to our holiday! At the airport while we were sitting waiting to board, a guy I met while traveling France just randomly came and sat next to us, Graham Gallow. He is going to visit his Thai/something else girlfriend. He happens to be in Phuket the same time as we are and has offered to take us around and have a beer with him! How exciting! Till next time! ...
... Top five... 1. The Rock formations of Tingsy de Bermahara were the standout part of the trip... A globally unique rock formation that is absolutely breathtaking, both physically to get to the top (when you are not good with heights) and emotionally when you see the crevices and jagged rock formations. 2. The little mouse lemur fast asleep in S9 St Luce... How long his habitats will remain I am not sure. 3. Lemurs galore in ...
Our flight from Tana to Joburg was scheduled for 6am, and yesterday afternoon we checked that it had not changed (backwards or forwards).
So we had an early night in our grotty hotel ('Le Manoir Rouge'), as the minibus was to come for us at 4am… Ella of course slept in her clothes, one less thing to think about when trying to wake her up! The other Cedar House family, the Megans, our Cumnor Avenue neighbours, were also in the hotel, having also been in ...
... 80-100 chickens, rabbits, ducks, geese and turkeys with an aller-simple, on our roof. We had spent the morning in Ambositra, a woodcarving town. We enjoyed haggling where we could, but when the starting price is 30p it seemed wrong to try! Today we walked around Tana, buying a few souvenirs and stocking up on Madagascan rum before our flights. Mat will be clinking through customs tomorrow. In ...
... via Ambositra to buy table mats and wooden boxes for blue-ginger).
there were more places where we could see the path of the cyclone, where trees were down and the sides of the road washed away.
The change in scenery seemed more obvious on the way back. We were given a warm welcome at the guest house in Antsiribe. the lovely owner admitted that he was actually the uncle of Nomena and also the mayor of the village ...