Hotel St Pierre

Avenuerabezavana, Antananarivo, 101, Madagascar | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by jenny.whinney


... which are Madagascar's national flower. When we walked into the King's palace you had to lead with your right foot as a sign of respect and leave backwards.

The Queen's palace in the center of Antananarivo was partly destroyed by a fire, but the next day Adam and I traveled out to the previous palace just outside the city, while Clare waited for Matt's flight to get in. This palace still contained all the ...

Racing home to Tana

A travel blog entry by sueblueginger


... because I couldn't pick 10 toddlers up at the same time. I'd bought two bouncy balls during our journey back, and I thought I could distract them by involving all of us in a game , but of course once they had a ball they didn't want to part with it and howled all the more. Anyway... they eventually settled down, I stayed to help with lunch and then helped to put them down for their after lunch siesta. I'll miss them. felt very ...

Milk powder, children and lemurs!

A travel blog entry by sueblueginger


... women squashed in the back.We had a stop at a market so we could see the different crafts available....... it's just very difficult to find out the price without entering into a transaction!
It poured with rain that night.... the cyclone season has starte. So Jill Emma and I watched The English Patient on Jill's computer while the rain thundered down on the roof and a stream of rainwater crept under the back door. Gosh.... reminds me of home !


"The end of the world is nigh."

A travel blog entry by ngairephillips


... 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 ...


A travel blog entry by edandclaire


... a guide and an animal spotter was an incredible experience, plus we were lucky enough to see the very rare golden bamboo lemur, and in fact 6 out of the 7 types of lemur that we could have seen and a whole host of weird and wonderful creatures besides. We couldn’t help feeling that David Attenborough had slightly spoilt it for us though with his Madagascar series, as we had imagined lemurs in every tree and all sorts of animals to be found just by looking under ...


This hotel, located on Avenuerabezavana, Antananarivo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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