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... that the children that did go to school wore uniforms. I am not sure all children go to school as we saw some children helping the shopkeepers.
After Rich had taken enough pictures of this village, we headed back to the tender. It started raining as we sat on the tender, we had made it without getting wet!
Bill, Rose, Rich and I dined in the MDR for lunch. They were serving BBQ wings and pizza and ...
The ferry crossing to Ile Sainte Marie was the most horrendous 2 hour journey of my life! I felt like I was dying. There were lots of people, lots of sick buckets and the boat was on its side for a lot of the crossing. (Haven't yet decided whether I’m going to go back to the mainland tomorrow or live here for the rest of my life). It has been worth it though, because since we got a little pirogue to the ...
... Norwegian/French couple who are working for the UN in Tana. A lovely christmas evening having dinner here , just perfect !
The most delicious grilled (Margerita) fish I ever have tasted and most tender Zebu carpaccio and coco chicken for Mark, wine, dessert, Irish coffee...a real Christmas dinner!
These men know how to please their guests, eye for detail like flower leaves in the wineglass, and so relaxed. Just 5 beautiful bungalows and if you're willing to ...
... sur le littoral .
La piste est plus ou moins mauvaise, on alterne boue rouge, boue marron, boue orange…
Arrivés aux piscines naturelles, nous avons commandé notre repas (crabe et sauce coco) à Emile et nous avons profité du temps de préparation du repas pour faire un tour sur la plage et
aller au point le plus haut pour admirer la vue.
Nous , moi et la cuisinière des crabes, avons été surpris par le « ...
Even though we have been planning on exploring the whole island of Santa Maria, weve been "stuck" on the smallest island for several days now. It's always the same; "we'll do it tomorrow". In truth, this island is so intoxicating that it is very easy to just sit by the pier and watch as the pirogues take passengers across the water. i find myself constantly waking up from the bed just to walk a few steps into the terrace and lie down on the hammock. There's a small village ...