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... Ile aux Nattes, it has been like living in a postcard.
Our little bungalows with their hammocks look out onto the white sand and turquoise sea. All the seafood is caught by the villagers during the day and grilled in the evenings, after our Madagascan rum with the sunset.
Yesterday we went out with a man in his boat to attempt to catch some fish for our dinner. Matt caught a stick and ...
... br> At the Natural Pools in the far North we really were amazed by the beauty of the tropical nature. So many palmtrees, hills and a beautiful beach with lots of shells. And no other tourists. The only anoying fact is that when we arrived the locals jump in your neck to guide you and try to sell shells. We just wanted to dream away in this fantastic place. Solution: just ignore and walk, they give up!
Back in the South we went over to Ill Aux Nattes a small 2km ...
... Des langages inconnus que je ne pourrais traduire. Peu importe !!. Affranchi de toutes lois, je laisse mon esprit se remplir, la lumière de ma bougie blanche s'éteint avec moi , mais je ne voulais pas dormir. À quoi bon dormir ? Qu’est-ce que cela pourrait m’apporter de plus que d’écouter les "voix " impénétrables de la nuit ? Je veux vivre chaque minute. Je veux vivre chaque seconde. Ne rien perdre. Tout emmagasiner.
Even though we have been planning on exploring the whole island of Santa Maria, weve been "stuck" on the smallest island for several days now. It's always the same; "we'll do it tomorrow". In truth, this island is so intoxicating that it is very easy to just sit by the pier and watch as the pirogues take passengers across the water. i find myself constantly waking up from the bed just to walk a few steps into the terrace and lie down on the hammock. There's a small village ...
... our way back to explore more of this city.
The next day we woke up at 6.30 am and at 7am our driver was waiting for us. He dropped us off at the taxi brousse station and so began our very hectic two day travel experience. While waiting for the car to fill up with passangers we met two Liethuanian guys who told us that this ride to Toamasina can take anywhere from 8 to 20 hours. We had the front row seats. I was by the window and ...