Hotel Royal Palissandre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Royal Palissandre Antananarivo
The Palissandre is a perfect hotel in terms of location, service and above all, the integration between management and the staff.
I believe it's hard to keep the hotel style and everything working perfectly at the same time.
Congratulations to the team!
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Royal Palissandre Antananarivo
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... the original version of the film with French subtitles since French is the second language here. It is mandatory in school though everyone I am with speaks Malagasy first. I can now say "manao ahoana el!" Hi!,
Manao ahoana ianao!, Good morning, misaotra betsaka!, thank you very much, and of course mofo akondro, fried bananas.
The audience was made up of French people who live here for years and people from the UN and some Americans who work with NGOs. ...
... including their funerary and burial customs. This definitely confirmed that the stone wall thingie that mark, Anton and I came across the other day was definitely a tomb, and the wooden troughs the temporary coffins the bodies are put in before the bones are moved to the family tomb. Turns out it was somewhat fady of us to climb over to the tomb (fady is similar to taboo) but because we are foreigners who didn't know this is less fady (plus I won't be telling any locals). ...
... There are wonderful organisations out there helping to conserve what is left, of delicate ecosystems, helping local communities to manage local environments that future generations may have the opportunities I am just about to have.... I am not sure, but I think even when scrabbling round on the forest floor for frogs (and I still can't remember the Latin Names!!!) no more than 18mm big, being bitten ...
There’s been a change. I can feel it. From the depths of my concentration over a patient’s file, I can sense the shift. It’s dusk, but that isn’t it. Mothers have stopped fussing about, children are calmly huddled nearby and the volume has dropped several decibels.
I glance up out of my muddled thoughts and notice a hum from the neighbouring ward. Seconds later a waft of ...
... and played charades in French and still managed to win! Couchsurfing really is an incredible travelling community. Day 2 in Tana (short for Antananario - you can see why they shortened it, imagine writing that all ...