Ibis Antananarivo Ankorondrano
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Antananarivo
... from the whole world that gather here to admire the sweeping colors of this Jurassic scenery. The climate is dry tropical with warm temperatures all year around.
Though wildlife here is not as prominent as in other parks of the country, there are still a couple ...
... There are moments that remind me of Mexico of course, but that happens to me often. When they apologize for the traffic, I tell them about Mexico City and everyone laughs. Of course the entire country has less people than Mexico City. Tomorrow is Sunday and I am going to try to get to the lemurs.
Thank you for taking this trip with me. More soon. Love, Maxine
... a ranger and he paddled the short way across to the island.
There were four kinds of lemurs present: black and white ruffed lemurs, bamboo lemurs and two kinds of brown lemurs, and they were all very friendly, hoping for a piece of banana. On the way over the ranger said, “Don’t be afraid, the lemurs will jump on you.” And they did. As soon as we got out of the canoe, lemurs launched from the ground and landed on our shoulders. The impact ...
... to head south. The hotel was as promised in the booking site and not too long after we were seated in the restaurant enjoying our first amazing Madagascan meal. Tim had caramelised pork ribs and I wolfed down the Zebu (beef) stroganoff. We’d spent the last of our Mauritian Rupees on a small bottle of Chivas Regal and had a joke to ourselves about roughing it in our latest adventure.
Tana is apparently not safe to walk around at night. When we went to leave to ...
... They line the sidewalks near banks or strategic points in markets. Some have discovered the bus stops as a haven for collections. Call it a captive audience if you will. While buses fill, they hover with they hands reaching into the bus hoping someone will drop a note into their dirty, tired fingers. Others lead their blind or crippled elders to cars in the middle of maddeningly dangerous traffic in order to ask for some spare change. They stand still as cars ...