Hotel Niaouly

Lot VE 49, Ambatovinaky, Antananarivo, 101, Madagascar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lot VE 49, Ambatovinaky, Antananarivo.
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    A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Aug 22, 2014

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... species of lemur as well as some frogs and weird insects. Had a few beers with DC mark and Swedish Anton before dinner, very interesting to hear stories from around the world and how some things are exactly the same and others are quite different. The village we stayed in is in the middle of ranomafana rainforest, like the rest of what I have seen of Madagascar the people are very poor but very friendly. Unlike Rwanda or Zimbabwe, I think the future of ecotourism here ...

    Baguettes, Renault 4s and a little bit of France

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Apr 09, 2014

    2 photos

    ... The city was spread over several tall hills, with windy cobbled (well in my area) streets snaking away in no discernible plan. Once in a while an old colonial building or street would pop into view, crowded and full of old Renaults, Citrons and the occasional Tuk Tuk. All in all it was rather charming with markets, patisseries, pharmacies and locals carrying shopping bags, baguettes and baskets on their heads. All very….. French. ...

    A busy week at Akany Avoko

    A travel blog entry by sueblueginger on Mar 05, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... been something in the air.... or in the rain.
    Tuesday 11th March was Mardi Gras ... and Pancake day. In the afternoon all the Akany children put on the masks they'd made the day before, and we paraded noisily around the playground and in and out of the refrectory. We had whistles and drums and I led them in and around the tables , banging on a big aluminium saucepan with a metal spoon. Finally we sang some very loud and noisy songs like ...

    Midnight Holdup

    A travel blog entry by lexicon on Jan 20, 2013

    1 comment

    ... and he demanded our passports and visas. I handed over my New South Wales drivers license. Take that, Mr. police man. A photocopy of a swiss passport and a identity card from Reunion Island were also passed through the open slit in the taxi window. He was not impressed in the least. He shined his light over each proof of identity repeatedly, as if another pass would reveal something new, and stood muttering about visas.

    “These don’t ...

    "The end of the world is nigh."

    A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Dec 23, 2012

    1 photo

    ... Indeed it was our cycles that had brought him to us in Toliara, where he's spotted our laden mountain bikes outside our room the day before departure. We had many interesting and informative conversations with Manda, despite our limited French and his limited English. He expressed his frustration at the challenges of making a decent living in Madagascar, which was at least partly due to the continuing political situation. As a student living in Paris he'd found ...