Les Hautes Terres Hotel
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... the arrivals hall, we are scanned by a lady with a thermometer. Guess checking to see if anyone has a fever. The questionnaire you fill out does ask if you have been sick with a fever or cough. Guess do not want any outbreaks. Stand in long line to see what kind of visa you will be needing. We are one day over the 30 day free, so have to go to the other line and pay. One of the people in the check in line we believe ...
... at what looked like a public wash station. Water and electricity are problems in the city. No lights at night and no street lights. Water isn't always available. It is a wonder the people are so kind with the work it takes to live their lives.
After shopping (I know I should have been resting but I felt good after the massage), we went to the Institut Francais for a concert of a Malagasy group and then a French soprano player with a bass player ...
... we headed to a woodcarving workshop and were shown how they make the wooden ornaments (very impressive, none are painted, they inlay different coloured woods). We also stopped at some impressive lookouts and tried some local berry tomato things (apparently similar to currants, although I'm not sure I've ever had a currant). We're staying at a hotel in the rainforest and saturday we will try to track down some lemurs :) Saturday 16th August: had a great day in the rainforest, saw ...
... we went through the multitude of passport and security checks (job creation I am sure, rather than truly necessary!) to wait for the plane, knowing we would have missed our onward connection to Cape Town! That crowd also tried to barge past everyone to get off the plane when we landed in Joburg – ‘we have a connection to make’ they argued... ‘so have we, but we’ve missed ours’ we said, as we casually (and childishly) would not let ...
... explosion" for dessert was delicious. The whole things cost us less than a meal out pizza express so we were very full and very happy, realising we'll be moving on to more basic living.
This morning we're packed up and ready to move on with our first taxi-brousse experience. These are the public transport, mini-bus like things (which hopefully will let me put my rucksack on top. If not I'll arrive flat at the next stop).