Hotel de la Plage - Ifaty
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... people are desperately poor, the majority living on less than a $ a day. Ivor swam in the pool as nightjars hunted above his head. That night we dined royally on locally caught fish. The contrast between our idyllic existence and that of our neighbours on the beach couldn't have been more stark.
The next morning our idyllic break was over as we left at 5 am to walk round the Spiny Forest reserve, a tiny remnant of a unique environment adapted to ...
... of identical pictures I took. We also saw another kind of sifaka, the verraux sifaka, a white and black beauty. We saw at least 5 of them together. No matter how many lemurs I see, I never get tired of watching them. I could stand there for hours. This was not a rainforest, just a regular forest with much shorter trees, so that makes lemur observation much easier on the neck. We also saw our first baobab trees. Now those are cool. Baobab trees are the ones ...
... way to protecting the many species that are on the brink of extinction (although, as in many parts of the world, our friends in China will need to be reined in here as well). Madagascar is currently ranked as the 11th poorest country in the world. Approximately 69% of the population lives below the national poverty line threshold of one dollar per day- compare that to 42% of the population of Afghanistan living below that same poverty line threshold (you have to be in dire straits ...
... Cette pêche nomade est devenue plus
rare. Pour les Vezo, de nombreux esprits, dont ceux de
personnes noyées, errent dans la mer et il ne faut pas
pêcher plus que pour assurer ses besoins sous peine d'offenser les
dieux marins qui pourraient se venger en les privant de
poissons ou en provoquant un naufrage.
Pour le Vezo, la pirogue, un laka, est à la fois un équipement de
... fuss, without being "baba cool
nickname", which beat backpackers to life here!...
My choice 'B n'B ' fell on Peter Pan bungalow resort, run by two Italian friends fell in love with the corner since 2 years. Besides other transalpine relied a bit away, they have a PADI diving club.
One of the owners, explain me that we need to take one meal a day in theirHotel... and all other hotels in the village will work as well!Either I take the dinner at peter ...