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Maroantsetra BP 102, Antananarivo, 101, Madagascar | Hotel

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Baguettes, Renault 4s and a little bit of France

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean


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After close to three hours Madagascar appeared beneath us in the middle of the emerald Indian Ocean and within a few minutes we were descending through the sparse clouds down to the runway. Antananarivo (or Tana to most people refer to it) had an airport that resembled a glorified shed, not an International Terminus. This also appeared to be its first visiting jet airliner this century, as a very manual operation to unload us and our ...

A busy week at Akany Avoko

A travel blog entry by sueblueginger


... rumble of thunder in the distance and the skies darkened. I tried to hurry them back, but two of the 'naughty'girls hung back, trying to make assignations with some of the boys in the street. Then it started to rain in bucketloads and in no time at all we were all absolutely soaked to the skin. The flood water raced across the road, and the two naughty girls were really getting excited and messing around in a side conduit where the water ...

Midnight Holdup

A travel blog entry by lexicon


... and he demanded our passports and visas. I handed over my New South Wales drivers license. Take that, Mr. police man. A photocopy of a swiss passport and a identity card from Reunion Island were also passed through the open slit in the taxi window. He was not impressed in the least. He shined his light over each proof of identity repeatedly, as if another pass would reveal something new, and stood muttering about visas.

“These don’t ...

"The end of the world is nigh."

A travel blog entry by ngairephillips


... Christmas shoppers. And of course, just like other places, Tana is full of people willing to buy them! We were amused to see multiple, rather slim Santas lined up along Independence Square selling everything from plastic rocking horses to party hats. We saw our first horse here in Tana also - kiddies being treated to horse rides in the middle of town. We ventured out several times in search of souveniers, managing to avoid the incessant pick pockets and ...

Marooned in Madagascar

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


This morning as I was having a steaming cup of café au lait on the small outdoor terrace in front of the hotel, I heard an American coming down the stairs, speaking rather loudly (as we do compared to many other cultures), when he walked by me he said "hello" to which I replied “good morning.” He stopped, surprised. “You speak English?” (People are usually surprised that I speak French!)

“I do.”
“Well you're one of the ...


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