Renala Au Sable D'Or
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... Look here', our guide says. Its one of those Where's Wally questions, where we cant see what we are supposed to see. We are looking at a leafless bush! He point out a stick insect, and even as he is pointing at it I cant see it! He has to pick it up before I realise where it is. Amazing camouflage! I finally get a good shot of one of Africa's beautiful coloured birds, the Hoopoe, its wings look like a butterfly ...
... Baobab in the world, all of them are found in Madagascar, but there is also one species in mainland Africa and one in Australia. In Kirindy, there are 3 species, ranging from quite narrow to extremely wide and tall. He takes us to the biggest one in this forest and it would take 8 grown men holding hands, arms outstretched, in a circle to cover the circumference of the trunk, its massive! Moving on, we come across the cutest little owl sitting in a tree hole, its ...
... its a long wait! John, Jerry and Jay (J,J & J) pull up in the que behind us. Jerry tells us that he is taking his daughter to Stavanger in July to see the Pulpit Rock, so of course we invite them to visit. We tell him about the 'Trolltungen' and how we think he would really enjoy that hike more than the Pulpit Rock which can be a bit too touristy. He loves the idea, so maybe we will meet up. Back in the car and Joachim begins to explain how the villagers here are really happy ...
Of the seven species of Baobab trees in the world six are endemic to Madagascar, today I would see two of them... The allee des Baobabs was one of the other things in the guide book which I had decided was a must... To get there though was another long day on the road for the much part retracing the route we had taken including ...
Another early morning and we retraced our steps back to Bello Sur Tsiribinha for repeat scrummy feast of Gambas sautéed in garlic. Scrumdidlilicious. Then it was off to the famous Boababs, First stop was the twisted Lovers tree; a freak of nature where two trees had entwined themselves around each other like...well lovers. Miyoko was in her element. She revealed to me that this area had been on the top of her list regarding Madagascar and she was over ...