La Piscine Hotel

Address: Bd Marcoz, Mahajanga, Madagascar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bd Marcoz, Mahajanga, is near Andasibe-Mantadia National Park (Reserve of Perinet) and Fianarantsoa Cote Est (FCE).
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    Travel Blogs from Mahajanga


    A travel blog entry by nio_far on Sep 01, 2015

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    ... of slave trade in Madagascar left me to already be a bit depressed before I was told even more depressing news by Cecilia. I guess I should have known that Cecilia was going to leave at some point since the only thing keeping her with me was her desire to explore the land of the Indian Ocean trade route, and since we had explore many of those lands I should have known that after Madagascar she would leave us. In the midst of internally crying during the time that ...

    The Beginning Of the End

    A travel blog entry by jollytad on Sep 01, 2015

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    As we expected, the trip here went pretty smoothly. Cecilia has kept Janiah busy and Ahmed and I have been discussing his future in mercantilism. We are currently in an unfamiliar port city. Fortunately, on the way here I was also able to find us a guide who agreed to help aid and translate for us for a small fee. Here in Madagascar they speak a language I've never heard of before called Malagasy. On the way here I’ve also noticed other differences, ...

    August 31, 1360 - Madagascar

    A travel blog entry by catthi on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... have cities on the coast and Ibn Jafar says we do not have enough time nor materials (for example camels) to travel more inward. However, trade is still possible within the coasts. The people here do Malagasy. Thus, Ibn Jafar took it upon himself to hire an interpreter in or to perform him transactions. It is just that naming a specific city on the coast if difficult. When we got there, we were all appalled to see one thing: slavery. Slavery, I am told, ...

    Sleepy, Eaty Town

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on Jun 02, 2013

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    Well, what can I say about Mahajunga except we put back on all the weight we'd lost climbing around National Parks. We figured we’d finished our apprenticeship with Madagascan Taxi-B’s so splashed out for Malagasy Car’s Premier service to Mahajunga. For 78000 MAD (~$35) each. We got breakfast, lunch and the whole back seat of a comfortable Hyundai mini-van to ourselves. Not only that, we left on time and only stopped for ...

    Still stranded in Mahajanga/Amborovy

    A travel blog entry by kazbar212 on Oct 20, 2010

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    ... the rough because this is an area in decline. The prevailing colours are brown and the sprinkled blue and white of plastic bags and discarded refuse. There is still a lot of construction going on, but it seems to be desperate rather than positive. The vendors and touts also have a note of desperation, the sounds of a people used to largesse and now staring at an ever decreasing source of income. Their ferry ...

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