- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as I could. I now know where our office is, the dining room, the Starbucks café, the ship shop and the internet lounge. More information I will get tomorrow, at 10 AM I have a guided tour of the ship, have to get my dollars exchanged for Ariaries (local currency) and meet with the communications team. I’m excited to start! Let’s hope I get enough sleep though… ...
... helpful in everything you need. The swimming pool is situated on the edge of a beach overlooking the ocean and has seats and a table in the pool to enjoy drinks while swimming. Arrangements for excursions can be made at the hotel reception. I had a very enjoyable six nights here and I thoroughly recommend it. 4/5 stars.
... and have a Latin name crib sheet handy...lol... Madagascan fact for the day.... The golden orb spider ubiquitous through the Madagascan central highlands is known for the quality of it's silk that is an intense saffron colour and reputed to be five times stronger than steel on a weight by weight basis. You may like the clothes that can be produced from this silk. Updated.... Beer successfully bought.... and edible food.... and good ...
... of your lap or feet is still free. Wait for two hours before reading. Now play this on repeat for the entire journey [ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ma02w7 xoME ] (Malagasy music also useful if you work at Guantanamo and are looking for inspiration). And if you want my authentic taxi-brousse experience, do all this while really needing a wee. Anyhow, we got to Tana late last night with ...
... we managed to drive back as far as Ambalavao, and stayed once again at the Bouganvillia Hotel, but in a nicer room with HOT water and an armchair. We sat in the bar with our bowl of noodles for dinner and watched the televsion news with film footage of the cyclone in the south. Nomena was getting a lot of interest and street cred for having witnessed it all first hand.
the next day we were up early and pounding the roads again.... Ambalavao ...