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... level increased, and the party continued on. During all this fun, the other girl working with Alice hit a wrong key on the cash register and it locked shut. Fortunately there was a hasher who had worked in a bar and knew the secret button on bottom to at least get it open so they could give and receive money! Nice evening but we decide to head to bed.
The next evening drinking wine and playing some of the ...
... company. Some very nice and generous people.
I then got a ride back to my hotel and prepared for the next round of activities. My hotel was like an oasis away from the traffic and pollution. So quiet and birds in the morning. It was a great choice. The staff was so friendly and they got to know me since I was there longer than any of the other clients.
Enjoy the photos and thank you for making the trip with me.
... and saw how they make crafts (bags, hats etc) from the fibre inside the sisal leaves. We also visited a paper making store which was pretty cool, I would've liked to bring some home but I doubt it would survive stuffed in my bag for another 6 or 7 weeks. We visited a zebu market but it wasn't market day, then we drove into the campsite ("camping" in cabins with beds) which is at the base of a stunning granite mountain range, with stacks of ringtail lemurs living in the grounds ...
... The next day I set off through the windy streets, past the grand government buildings and through a small park past some souvenir sellers onto the Av de Independence. This grand sounding street looked more like a car parking lot, initially - but on closer inspection I found many of these parked cars were actually shops, with people in the front seats selling phones, mending electrical appliances and doing all sorts of trade next to the ...
Monday 11 February started off hot and sunny. June and I did the early morning shift with the babies. Some of them seemed feverish and fractious, and little Christophe threw up all of his breakfast as soon as he'd swallowed the last mouthful.
Lots of washing and changing of clothes.The rest of the morning was taken up with doing my own washing, walking to the village for photocopying and food , and helping to prepare for the ...