Hotel Niaouly

Lot VE 49, Ambatovinaky, Antananarivo, 101, Madagascar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Antananarivo

Tana...cause it's way easier to say!!

A travel blog entry by timshazz


... of an orientation, pointing out places of interest, travel hubs and usual places to visit. We’d turned up in peak hour and much of the time we were stationary but that gave us ample time to take in the sights. Zebu carts jostled with Land Cruisers, and there was a stark contrast between the haves and have nots. There were lots of one way streets and tunnels in the centre which proved challenging to keep track of our whereabouts. Most of the 100’s of taxis were ...

A recycled city

A travel blog entry by lexicon


A disposable economy, it is not. Here in the developing world of Madagascar, recycling is taken to a whole new level. When one is used to a mentality of ‘once used - toss it’, you notice the quirks of life in Tana rather quickly. Paper napkins at little restaurants are cut in half to extend their usefulness to twice the number of patrons and soda bottles are the old-school glass bottles, not the ever so bad for us ...

Of tougher days

A travel blog entry by lexicon


I know many of you have been asking for a follow-up post, to see if I’ve finally landed on my feet. I’ve been too exhausted to either study or blog, so I’d put off any writing until I gathered a little steam. But I slept last night and woke up this morning thinking of all the quirky things about Tana I’d write about when I got home - but then I had today. I’m sure it’s the first of many difficult days, but be forewarned, this won’t ...


A travel blog entry by travelbug15


... actually called it a "hole of a city" so I was expecting the worst. However, I must say that I was pleasantly surprised...o.k yes, it is dirty but the architecture is very interesting if you look past the obvious. There is an interesting mix of Dutch, English, French and Malagasy architecture. The city is mountainous so you have sweeping views often...and everything looks pretty from a bird's eye view. The people looked easygoing and happy for the most part. I ...

Back to Tana and end of trip thoughts

A travel blog entry by sranmal


... to.

On many occasions, evenings were lonely affairs. I can't remember seeing another person travelling alone, they were all either in couples or tour groups, and it didn't help that as an ex-French colony, the majority of tourists were French. I'd travelled by myself before and although there were the odd evenings by myself, I'd met many lovely people who were sill friends. Madagascar proved to be completely different. It would be a relief sometimes ...

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