Ibis Antananarivo Ankorondrano
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Razaf. He lives in Paris. He's the one that played the Monk tune on the final concert.
On the way home, we stopped for some fried chicken. Just two little pieces but very good. I slept long and hard and felt so grateful for my life and for the people who go with me on this trip and on all my trips every day. We are all in this life together and I know I keep saying how grateful I am, but it is true.
Thank you, thank you.
... Africa too because it grows fast, but this can cause some problems because they suck up more water than the African native trees so it affects the environment.) Apparently the north west of Madagascar is richer than the south east (we're in the south east), as the north west has more natural resources, more rainforest and more tourist-friendly beaches. The area we have seen have certainly been very poor. Sunday 17th August: we've driven further and come across yet ...
... The city was spread over several tall hills, with windy cobbled (well in my area) streets snaking away in no discernible plan. Once in a while an old colonial building or street would pop into view, crowded and full of old Renaults, Citrons and the occasional Tuk Tuk. All in all it was rather charming with markets, patisseries, pharmacies and locals carrying shopping bags, baguettes and baskets on their heads. All very….. French. ...
... rumble of thunder in the distance and the skies darkened. I tried to hurry them back, but two of the 'naughty'girls hung back, trying to make assignations with some of the boys in the street. Then it started to rain in bucketloads and in no time at all we were all absolutely soaked to the skin. The flood water raced across the road, and the two naughty girls were really getting excited and messing around in a side conduit where the water ...
... over bushes or just on the ground to dry and rice field and bunches of live chickens, feet tied together, awaiting sale.
The Lemur Sanctuary has been established for about 10 years and was financed by a joint French/Japanese group. The lemurs all range freely and a gentle and informative guide took us around and told us about the park and its occupants. many of the lemurs have been rescued from people who kept them as pets.They are breeds from ...