Jungle Village Lodges

Nosy Be, Madagascar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nosy Be

"Taxi Broussen" to the North!

A travel blog entry by markjoy


... lunch at a deserted lodge. The last part was quiet adventurous, with the quad off road and true the mud. It looked we took the right path but after a while we asked the locals just to be sure! These people are so friendly , incredible. We should do the same in Bonaire with the tourists. Some people jumped up and yelled enthousiastic "Bonjour/ Bienvenue" to us! In the South we also did have experienced like this but the people overthere are more shy then here on Nosy-Be. Great ...

World cruise 2013

A travel blog entry by nando64


... people don't have indoor plumbing.

First they took us to a market that was very crowded and full of fruits, vegetables, fish and animals. People in this part of the world eat only the freshest foods and they shop daily. Back on the bus we rode a few miles to a outdoor kiosk where there were lemurs and brightly colored chameleon and one of them jumped on me and crawled up my camera strap to my head and took a small bite of my finger as I tried to get him off ...

Day 84 - Madagascar

A travel blog entry by cinnamongirl13


... sick which was really sweet.

With all that said I haven’t exactly figured out what this trip was all about and somehow I think it might be quite awhile until I do figure it out. And I’m being premature anyway since I still have 30 more days and 11 more ports!! I’m almost out of books though so I’m in need of recommendations…I don’t want anything heavy, serious, heart-wrenching or tear-jerking, I’d like to ...

A patient's view

A travel blog entry by lexicon


... able to get a doctor here to line me up with an IV every day, and to have had an amazing friend in Tana who helped with little things like emails and phone credit so that I could get contact to the outside world.

Most Malagasy here are not so lucky. I can better understand the sheer fear in their eyes when they are told they need to take their child to the large general hospital when our specialised paediatric hospital is full. The reasons why they beg ...

First stage complete!!

A travel blog entry by nims

... was amazing! He would spot leaf tailed geckos in a dense forest from 10+ meters away! We saw A LOT of lemurs who were very curious and liked to throw mangos at us if we weren't welcome...lots of snakes (which I don't think Gill was too pleased about :P )...lots of chameleons possibly including the smallest which was tiny, it could sit comfortably on the tip of your little finger! We also got wildlife on camp..we had a big boa which had ...


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