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We spent the last 4 days on Isle St. Marie, an island off the coast of Madagascar. We rented scooters one day and took them 50km to the end of the island where the East Coast wave crash against the shore. There is a reef that provides some protection so Pete and the kids were able to body surf. Of course we always push things a bit and underestimated the time it would take to get back. Had to do ...
We got up early this morning to be at the airport at 7am for our 9am flight to Isle St. Marie. Unfortunately we were not informed that the flight was changed to 1:40pm and so we had to kill nearly 5 hours in the airport. Eventually we arrived on Isle St. Marie for 4 days of beach holiday. Looking forward to a little rest and ...
... we had dinner on Deck 7, port side – aka the Creepers Corner. It is on the outside of the ship, and you have a view on Tamatave, but also on the entrance and the docks. As such, you can creep up on people, do some people watching; it is so much fun ;-). I packed for Saint Marie after dinner, skyped with my parents and wrote my family a message.
Wednesday, April 29
My alarm went off at 4.30AM – too early! But, we had to be on ...
... We chose to bypass the Masoala national park due to the weather and time restrictions, and head straight north instead. Tomorrow we fly off the island, stop for a quick layover in Antananarivo, then up to the north tip of the island, Diego ...
... theater”, with the highest biodiversity on the planet. Its main star is the lemur, with some two dozen species, found nowhere else on earth, not to forget the many extinct species. There are also 400 species of amphibians and reptiles, again found nowhere else, as well as 10,000 flowering species of periwinkle and 1,000 species of orchids. I don’t know if Darwin ever visited this place, but no doubt he would have loved ...