Ibis Antananarivo Ankorondrano
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... learning so much about the people in the city and about how to live where daily life cannot be easy for most with such a lovely way of being. I will try to keep this with me when I get back to New York.
Thank you again and again for making this trip with me. Today is Friday and I leave tomorrow night, Sunday morning 1am. The time is going so fast. It's a long trip home but it will give me time to reflect on this great experience.
... that Mark, Anton and I try a local rum- the place had a well stocked bar, but he recommended some fairly dodgy-looking jar (think old basement full of pickled fruit type picture) with floating brown things in it and a hand written label saying "letche". Turns out it's the local lychee rum, and while I don't usually like rum this was actually quite delicious. I'd never have even considered it if Mamy hadn't recommended it. (It was literally scary to take he first sip after seeing ...
... arrival, 5-6 guys surrounded us to carry our bags. We kept our own things and headed for the ATM, while closely guarding our bags. It was past 9:00 PM and the airport was crowded with locals trying to sell euro coins. The airport ATM did not work so for the moment we have no cash. Our drive into town was rather depressing, no street lights, garbage everywhere, locals warming up with campfires on the sidewalks, ...
... They also have enough ingredients to make at least two more cakes by themselves.It was then our turn to cook dinner for all the volunteers ( pasta bake and marmalade pudding and custard) Another busy day at Akany!
Thursday started with the babies again.... ....and from their first floor balcony they could watch some of the staff who were playing football and basket ball on the playground. They are practising for an inter-children's ...
... the police officer put a price on our heads. Ten thousand Ariary a person to be let go.
A 30,000 Ar penalty for crossing his path at midnight on a Saturday evening returning from dinner. The outrage. So our swiss gentleman, who’d already rolled up a 10,000 Ar bill in his hand from the get-go, reached out into the night and held out the bill. I watched from the back seat as he held firmly onto that bill until he had the identifications in ...