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... immediately came up to me and introduced himself as Tiva. I confirmed the amount of the price and we went to his unmarked taxi car.
We began the drive and he tried to tell me that I didn’t have enough time and I should ride the busses because they are so unreliable. I listened patiently and continued with the various small talk questions and unconsciously translating his broken sentences.
He continued driving. We arrived on the main road. I was not prepared after ...
... sleeping on the floor next to her son’s bed for days, watching over him, monitoring him when nurses aren’t around, heading to the pharmacy for every medication prescribed by the doctors night and day, and exhausted from all of this, she doesn’t yet know her son is dying.
So in between his mother and the wall, I jump into the synchrony of resuscitation, one two three - breathe, one two three - breathe, one two three - breathe. There isn’t anyone ...
... she had me for a 2 month elective.
I started again, and found out that she hadn’t gotten the contract of the elective placement but they always arrived late, so she believed me when I said I was supposed to be there. That being said, she had one foot out the door and was really rather late and very busy, so could I come back tomorrow morning at 8?
And thus ended my epic quest. After hours of trolling the streets of Tana, having knocked ...
... the few Malagasy songs that they chose, but every single one of them featured the Canadian crooner.
Their questionable musical taste aside, the Malagasy are a wonderfully friendly people, automatically smiling when you meet them and generally being trustworthy and helpful to visitors. Especially in the smaller villages the greeting of “Vahza!” (Literally “white man”) was always accompanied by a smile, and only rarely a request ...
... Victoria. A dresser has 8 mirrors to allow the queen to keep an eye on all her guests to be sure they did not poison her. In the courtyard, zebu are still sacrificed for certain ceremonies, eg. fertility rites, as evidenced by bloodstains which are not washed away. I found the place gave a fascinating insight into life in the past and the history was interesting.
Lemurs are a separate class of primate from monkeys and evolved ...
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