Ibis Antananarivo Ankorondrano
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Rest and Relaxation at Ifaty
We treated ourselves to the fancy Bamboo Club bungalows for 3 days of rest and relaxation. For fun team members went whale watching and snorkeling and lounged at the pool. The last day in Tana, back at Chez Jeanne, we ...
... for best jazz group and that the judges would include the esteemed Madame Gordon from New York. There is only one other American here and that is Joan Minor, the singer, who actually lives in Paris. Our expenses are paid by the US Embassy which was a surprise to me. So then I had to get up and go to a table with three other people and listen to the five groups perform two tunes each for no more than 15 minutes. When the groups finished their sets, the judges ...
... crocodiles, but we had already seen lots of those; so we passed. I tipped the ranger and we regained the vehicle, and drove a short way to a locally-run restaurant for lunch. The menu was quite entertaining because of the literal English translations for the French dishes being served. The cheese soufflé was translated as blown cheese, and the vegetable soufflé as blown vegetables. That sounded a little explosive for my taste. The sautéed potatoes were translated as ...
... we took another path back around town and worked up a thirst weaving in and around the hawkers and traffic. We’d passed the Hotel Le Glacier earlier in the day and it looked like a good spot for a refreshing beverage with tables open to the street and a bar inside. As we entered into the gloom it became pretty obvious what the Lonely Planet meant by “slightly disreputable”. With more leopard print than a safari lodge, short skirts and stiletto’s, the ...
... to remain open to those who might really need, or perhaps deserve the chance at a little help. Even if you don’t have anything to give.
I had that chance, I scored that massive winning ticket in life, to be born into a family who had something to give me, to teach me, to raise me. And with that comes a responsibility to return some of my luck to others. Pay it forward, return the favour, share the wealth, whatever cliché you feel comfortable ...