Le Pavillon De L'Emyrne

Address: 12, rue Rakotonirina Stanislas - Isoraka, Antananarivo, 12043 , Madagascar | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 12, rue Rakotonirina Stanislas - Isoraka, Antananarivo.
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      Travel Blogs from Antananarivo

      I saw lemurs up close!

      A travel blog entry by maxinegordon on Oct 06, 2014

      7 comments, 22 photos

      ... not making this up. I have a video to prove it's true. It was beyond anything I would ever have thought could happen. I wish Monk could have heard it. Well, he probably could. A French Lebanese tenor player who loves Dexter sat in and then at the end a rapper did a number. No one seemed to think it was odd to have all that happening in one set. I know I keep using the work "incredible" over and over but I am having a little trouble with the adjectives here. Unbelievable. ...

      Madagascar

      A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Aug 22, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... drove to toliana today, with some interesting stops along the way. Learnt more about the funerary customs of the tribe whose land we drove through- this is a different tribe with elaborate graves (different from the family tombs in Isalo), in this tribe when a man dies the family kill all of his zebu, they eat one per day and when there is no zebu left they bury him the next day. In this way there is no inheritance in this tribe, if a man is rich (owns many zebu) he must ...

      A human ventilator

      A travel blog entry by lexicon on Feb 15, 2013

      3 comments

      ... in our ward, one priest and a flock of nuns enter and take presence at the entrance. Children are swept up in their mother’s arms, bibles are opened and without another word prayers begin. A cacophony of mumbled invocations sweeps over the room, hushing babies and calming worried mothers. Doctors pause and nurses slow. This goes on for several minutes before final words are spoken and a beautifully orchestrated ballet of white habits descend upon both ...

      The power of the taxis

      A travel blog entry by lexicon on Jan 17, 2013

      3 comments, 24 photos

      Taxis here are ubiquitous. You can’t miss them really. They don’t disappear at the first sign of rain, gobbled up by every desperate soul without an umbrella as in New York; they don’t become scarce in certain parts of the city as in Sydney; and they don’t cost a bloody fortune as in London. What they do hold here, however, is power. The power of safety. And with that, they hold the power to increase prices proportionate to the decrease in safety. ...

      Christmas Madagascar style

      A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Dec 25, 2012

      6 photos

      ... places. You pay your entrance fee and then get approached by someone asking if you'd like to be shown around. When you ask how much this will cost the answer is always "that depends on whether the tour is satisfactory for you." Yesterday, our guide informed us there was no set price, but that a tip would be appreciated. In contrast, the pair this morning (who informed us they work as a team) requested 20 Euros - a huge sum (about 60,000 ariary). ...