Le Lac Hotel
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... they were generally happy. Many people were only now figuring out that they were poor, and that others had much more than they. So unhappiness was increasing. What we know can sometimes hurt us; and ignorance is sometimes bliss.
After about three hours we arrived at the bottom of the plateau wall, at a first stop; small private collection of live animals at a private park called Pereyras, we could see up close: some Coquerel's sifaka ...
... one final night together, roasting marshmallows and making s’mores, rearranging suitcases, and talking. Early in the morning, it was time for goodbyes! Country coordinators Austin, Tanya, and Puba continue to hold down the fort in Tana. Tom, Molly, Ian, and Anndi hopped on a plane back to America, while Zach, Karis, and I were picked up by our driver and started off on our Madagascar adventure.
Mandrapihaona MadaGars! #madalife ...
On our journey South we stopped at Antsirabe and hired bikes. We did a 35km bike ride to two lakes around the town. We've decided to call it mountainous as there was a slight incline the whole way there, which made it bloomin difficult, especially for those of us who haven't touched a bike in a long while. The scenery made it worthwhile though, we went through several small villages and farmland, ...
... still. We stopped overnight in Mananara and took a night trip to Aye-aye island (surely there we’d have the best chance of seeing one). We were very lucky and saw several aye-ayes (I think four). They were much bigger than I was expecting and actually came fairly close to check us out. They are weird looking things with long fingers for eating insects and huge eyes. I do have to admit that my photos were all black and white blurs, but ...
... escorted David Attenborough and Nestor had tracked for him. Wow I really did have the best team. Now I felt confident of seeing the Sifakas.
Then as Marcel was clearing away dinner, Guy spotted a beautiful Ring Tailed Mongoose approaching the top end of camp. This was great as i wanted to see this beautiful creature, which was much better looking than those I had seen on the Indian subcontinent. Actually two eventually appeared and treated me to a ...