Le Pavillon De L'Emyrne

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


    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 31, 2014

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... beach region in the north of the island. Two foreign tourists, a Frenchman and an Italian and were popularly believed to be pedophiles who had killed a local child (who had in fact disappeared); others accused them of organ trafficking. There was no truth to the accusations, but angry locals took matters into their own hands, captured them, mutilated them and burned them alive, some recording the event on their cell phones and the images went viral. This was of ...

    Tana...cause it's way easier to say!!

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 02, 2013

    13 photos

    ... out for some typical Malagasy food with another of her friends. Tim had the Ravitoto while I got stuck into Pork ribs in a sauce with fresh water crayfish for under $5 each!! We certainly had been eating well since we got here. The night came to a pleasant close as we were introduced into Madagascan Karaoke culture. The waiter started up a strangled wail to a slow ballad and other customers joined in in-turn. The lack of tone, harmony and pitch was made up for by passion ...

    A recycled city

    A travel blog entry by lexicon on Feb 02, 2013


    ... medications and hand over a valued pill, or loan a syrup bottle out to the neighbouring bed.

    Mothers are in this together. Equipment is reused, the prescription pad is passed around the ward from mother to mother with a doctor stopping to sign it in between, and they all see each other head to the pharmacy for parts and goods, night and day. And in this way, they are support to each other. There are often children with similar conditions in the same ...

    Of tougher days

    A travel blog entry by lexicon on Jan 10, 2013

    11 photos

    ... better. That will come with time, I am sure. But for today, walking out the hospital was like a shift in reality. Like what happened today somehow spilled over into the streets on my way home.

    So tonight I will take a break and perhaps watch what ever little guilty pleasures I have on iTunes here.

    To those who weren’t quite ready for such a day, I apologise. But I gather it can’t all be roses and sunny skies. And anyways, neither was ...


    A travel blog entry by travelbug15 on Aug 11, 2012

    26 photos

    ... by the river, which only happens on weekends apparently. This was interesting because they lay their clothes on the ground so there's a rainbow of clothes stretching far out to dry. I wonder what they do during the rainy season?

    At about noon we stop at the mall to go to the supermarket and pick up some lunch. The mall was surprisingly quite nice and I even managed to request and pay for a sandwich in my broken French. As Madagascar is a former ...