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... of relief when we arrived back at the Moifaka.
It wasn't a very comfortable night. You needed the AC to drown out the noise of the other guests but it was absolutely freezing and not able to be adjusted as far as we could work out. We had left our sleeping bags on the truck as we thought we'd have no need for them in the tropics. Luckily I had some tights, a thermal top and some socks that almost mode the temperature bearable.
The next day we went ...
... progressing to our papaya, and then to my underwear (!), with the exciting climax of me waking up in the middle of the night to it chomping ON MY HAIR. Gross. All this situated in the lovely atmosphere of a town without food called Chomoni. Seriously it took us 2 hours to find some bananas and crackers, and we didn't starve the next day due to the kindness of a French UN worker who was passing by and left us pastries and more bananas. In defense we did ...
... ever seen in my life, trying not to fall into the toilet from the waves, trying not to vomit from the combined smell and motion sickness, hoping I was peeing into the toilet and not on my legs, I realized that I can handle a lot. If anybody ever asks "can you handle that?" I can with confidence state that "you cant even fathom what i can handle. I survived 4 days on a cargo boat in Africa...you dont even know." As I said before...lessons ...
Tomorrow, we set off for Madagascar, by PLANE. We've had quite the little adventure in this odd destination, but I'm pretty thrilled to move on to my dream destination. Overall, we've had a good time, but of course there was what Marta and I refer to as a "seagull moment" (see last entry). We spent the last 2 days in Chomoni, a village on the east side of the island. We went there mostly because we knew ...
... with only wooden benches and dirty, dirty floor. Don't forget: -The guy who yells a lot in Swahili at all hours about nothing of importance (I often thought he was on a cell phone because no one in the room was listening) -The guy with really phlemy coughs. -The guy who totally thinks we could get married and it will be just fine, even though the only things I can say in Swahili are basic greetings and nouns such as papaya, milk, ginger ...
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