Ifaty Beach Club
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... can't see the forests for the needles.
Madagascar has had stability issues in the past and, as with most impoverished nations, you can't take your security for granted, but that said, I'm not sure why this island biosphere is not on more travel itineraries (in much the same way that the Galapagos is on numerous bucket lists). If that changes in the near term, it would certainly help the fortunes of the country itself (which is heavily reliant on tourism), and may go ...
... comme ils nous l'ont tant répété, je prends rendez-vous avec deux pêcheurs un soir pour manger une langouste fraîchement pêchée et pour demain , j ai rendez-vous avec l'un des deux pour aller sur la petite île en face
d'Anakao où on peut faire du snorkelling. UN dîner sorti tout droit de l'océan : langouste et cigale de mer grillées ,accompagnées de riz à la sauce tomate maison; sera bien meilleur que le diner de la veille chez Peter Pan... et ...
... the crustacean on the entire island. A ban relatively respected by vezos, the people of southern semi nomadic seafarers. But,
I will accept crabs and sea cicadas in Sainte Marie island or
Anakao, my next destination, an hour from St Augustin canoe if the wind
will not "contrary".
If you leave for Madagascar, especially do not say the price of a kilo of langouste in France!On the "Red Island", you can afford a whole, cooked, beast for 5 euros,.... any takers! ..
... and most tourists jsut use it as a base to find their way to the lovely beaches further away.
We have no means of escape: the road to Ifaty is badly damaged and the bridge is down. During the day more and more elderly Frenchmen with their young and beautiful Malagassy wives and children, drift into the hotel. Their homes have been flooded up to the first floor and they've no food. This is the seedy side of Toliara....... some ...
... and truly our enemy, beating relentlessly against our now bronzed shoulders. After a short guided tour of the village with Bebe, in which we purchased pawpaw and mangoes for a belated breakfast, we headed back to our bungalow. The now usual battalion of sellers was at our doorstep. Relenting, we purchased some rather yummy peanut brittle biscuits. When one is faced only with the prospect of swimming, resting or eating, one realises one is really ...