Le Saint-Laurent

Rond Point d'Ambanidia - Lot VF 12, Antananarivo, 101, Madagascar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Antananarivo

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

A travel blog entry by timshazz

13

... of the nice cafes, hotels and galleries are. It was really nice to see some of the businesses making an effort to brighten up the drab architecture with lots of colour and murals. The arts and crafts were really nice and the T-shirts some of the best designs we’ve seen while being on the road. We had a great lunch across the road from the La Teeshirterie before heading back down into town. Late afternoon found us back at the terrace where we hooked up with Sonia ...

A recycled city

A travel blog entry by lexicon

5

... 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

11

... 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 ...

Initial Impressions

A travel blog entry by nikol

8

... rivers running through its red terrain. The capital, Antananarivo (or Tana) is situated in the Hauts Plateaux, which is comprised of peaks ranging from 800m – 1800m. The plane twisted and turned among these massifs as we approached Tana, giving me wonderful views and butterflies in my stomach. The landscape of the central highlands is mostly dominated by marshland, a lot of which has been irrigated into paddy fields. Sadly the deforestation that brought me ...

The Urban Jungle

A travel blog entry by sranmal

32

... didn't have any local money yet. After getting my visa stamp and collecting my backpack, I was met by my pre-arranged lift. I went to change some money. Madagascar is one of those countries with a ridiculous exchange rate - one dollar equals 2,000 Ariary. Since the largest note was 10,000 Ariary ($5), changing $500 would result in you holding one million Ariary in a thick wadge of one hundred 10,000 Ariary notes! I decided to get smaller amounts of the local money ...

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