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... me what it is like to be there with fresh eyes. I do not take the South for granted, but it has become my home. I had forgotten what it was like when I first arrived. My parents saw the markets packed with people, the herds of cows and goats, the crazy drivers, the sand and cactus, the incomprehensible new language, and the traditional clothing all with a new perspective. It was good for me to remember just how unique and exciting this place ...
... week, and I recently began teaching English at the bible school in town, which is somewhat of a continued theological learning center for adults. It is MUCH different teaching adults than youth.
The most exciting thing that has come about is my upcoming work with the World Wildlife Fund. Beginning next Thursday, I will be spending three to four days a week out in the field with Sylvan, the WWF project coordinator for the ...
After a basic breakfast of coffee and bread, we said goodbye to our hosts and the multitude of workmen engaged in expanding the accommodation area, and headed into town for a few supplies. A population of around 28,000 and I think they were all there this morning! We certainly attracted a lot of attention, and our bikes were much admired by the local men. While Richard sought out some chain oil, I took a few photos with my Ipad, which invariably attracted attention. People just ...
This is FAR overdue, but I just wanted to catch y’all up on
the retreat all the YAGM volunteers here in Madagascar went on in November. We met up from November 21 to 28, beginning in Antananarivo and then heading for the coastal town of Mananara. It was a great week filled with conversations, laughter, puzzles, sickness, animals, swimming, and stories.
Let’s begin with Tana. Possibly the highlight of ...
... Emanievy for lunch. The journey in the back of the Bob Marley truck (as I had christened it because it was Red, Green and Yellow in colour with a picture of the legend himself on the bumper) was highly entertaining and highly uncomfortable! Spirits were high as the camion struggled along the bumpy road.
We arrived at the grounds of a school in Emanievy where Azafady pioneers had been camping for the past few weeks while they carried out repair work to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsManja Hotel Ranomafana
The bungalow up the hill was lovely, comfortable and clean. The restaurant is good especially for the Malagasy meals BUT the price we were quoted for a car back to Ambositra was laughable. (~$200)
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