Les Hautes Terres Hotel
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... a dirt road and then left on a busy street to the school. It took about 15 minutes. They wouldn't let me wear any jewelry and Satry carried my bag. Obviously, they had been warned not to let me go freely in the streets. We stopped at a boulangerie for a snack and went into the gates of the school. Another world behind the walls. American teachers, young and white, and middle class Malagasy and foreign students and embassy workers' children. First ...
... in general I'm finding the place much more dry, open and in places more barren than expected, this is because most of the forest has been cleared for farming. There is a lot of step rice paddies which are pretty cool to look at as you drive past but obviously pretty devastating for the natural environment. Tonight's campsite is in the middle of a granite mountain range, one part is referred to as the moonscape mountain because that's pretty much exactly what it looks like. ...
... was Madagascan.
I stayed at the Tana Jacaranda Guesthouse in the tourist part of the city next to the main old colonial government buildings. It was halfway up one of those cobbled streets overlooking the Lake Anosy and with a good view of the Royal Palace on the opposite hill. It was friendly and full of creaky old wooden floors and I pitted the guests on the floor beneath me.
That night I met a American ...
... down to the river.... I was worried that they'd get swept away. Even though I've been in monsoon rain in Singapore and Thailand...... this was far far heavier.... cyclone rain. I was really angry with the girls for holding up our return, and by the time we got back to Akany we all looked like drowned rats. The other volunteers reassured me that the children in afternoon activities had been wild and naughty that afternoon too....there ...
... also interesting trees and plants to see and a pair of comical chameleons stepping slowly and purposefully along the branches of a bush. There were some small baobabs ( really to be seen down in the south) and a long spindly cactus which always leans towards the south ( that might be useful if we ever get lost!)
After a very French lunch of baguette and cheese we set off back to Tana with our driver and his 2CV... no seat belts of course.... ...