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... flushing, sinks, and dishes. So the boys all had to roll the big water barrels back to the waterfall in order to fill up. In the meantime all the girls stayed in a small village in Mamaro and played with the little kids for about three hours while they filled the tanks. Once the tanks were refilled we were told we have no more chances from here onwards to refill again. So for about three days now none of us have showered. It's not too bad since we are swimming everyday. ...
... true for everyone, but in these circumstances the people of Madagascar have the westernized clothing, and they have cell phones, and they have cars. Yet if they have all of these things then why are they not happy? In Zambia people don't have shoes, clothing, or food, yet they seem like the happiest people I have ever met. It's just really interesting to see the differences of two countries that really aren't that far apart, and how different the two ways of life can ...
We saw ACDC! Well not quite, more like the ACDC of Madagascar. There have been posters hanging in the nearby village advertising an upcoming concert. All of the locals were very excited because it is rare that such a popular singer would come to such a small village to preform. She is called "Black Nadia". The price for tickets was equivalent to $1.50, so I was skeptical because I'm certain ACDC would cost more than that. However, since we are here why not see a local pop star. ...
Last weekend we went into town on the larger island of Nosy Be. We needed to change some money over so we met some other people here who knew someone that would change money. All of the banks were closed. Most places here close between noon and four for what they call siesta time. Basically it's to hot to work so the go home and rest. So we went and changed our U.S. Dollars to their local currency of Ariary. Basically on the side of the street this woman opened up ...
Basic! The living conditions are extreme basic. Let me begin by explaining our living conditions in Zambia. In Zambia we stayed at a volunteer house called Sunbird Guest House. Martin and I were lucky enough to have a room together, we had our own bathroom, shower, and even bath tub (although it was always covered in ants). We had a fridge and freezer (even thought the power was out 8 hours a day so frozen things got ruined). We had a common area where when the power ...