Le Paille en Queue

Address: Andranomena, Tulear, 601, Madagascar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Andranomena, Tulear.
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        Travel Blogs from Tulear

        To the Sea

        A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Oct 08, 2015

        18 photos

        ... into the Zombitse National Park. Again a guide led us in search of lemurs. We came across a couple of family groups of Verraux's sifakas. We watched them hop along the ground, spring from branch to branch, and finally settle down in a tree for a nap. Their ability to leap through the forest is astonishing. Their spring-loaded legs propel them literally 20 feet through the air to the next branch. We also happened upon ...


        A travel blog entry by bailey.wright on Oct 06, 2014

        3 photos

        ... was a one day experience but there is an option to have up to 2 weeks experience. Had an awesome day with the FILANA crew and the lemurs of Mada gascar. To finish off my final night in Madagascar I had a beautiful dinner at the La Varangue restaurant then it was off to the hotel for a well earned ...

        Malagasy Hospital

        A travel blog entry by courtney.w on Jan 22, 2014

        10 photos

        ... but I did get a picture of the hospital map. I am really curious as to how advanced the tools/facilities are in the hospital as well as the educational requirements for their doctors. I might have to go back again for a real tour.


        Les chutes de la Lily

        A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Sep 14, 2013

        14 photos

        ... plateaus to take far: layered terraced rice fields stretch out of sight. my course going is panoramic, awesome!(The density is 30 inhabitants per km2, it reached 20,000 in some quarters in the capital.)

        have quickly noted the complementarity between the Red of the Earth,
        found on the pises dwellings and the green of the nature. It is for this that it chose these colors for the Malagasy flag, in honour of the landscapes!???


        Invitation à un mariage malgache

        A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Sep 13, 2013

        21 photos

        ... bride and groom also. PHEW!

        We are invited as the rest of the village at the courtyard of the Church. Singularly, the marriage takes place, besides the Malagasy language, as in France!Many songs punctuate the ceremony, I have chills!

        Voices loud looks like that we can be heard in the parishes of Micronesia or Polynesia... Really unusual and confusing. Yes, the Malagasy have Indonesian origins, this is seen in the ...