Palissandre Cote Ouest Resort - Spa

Morondava, Madagascar | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Morondava, is near Niger River and Djinguereber Mosque.
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    Travel Blogs from Morondava

    Jean-Claude Gendarme

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 16, 2013

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    ... than drive onto Morombe.

    We weren’t too concerned about the fact. We were still on target with respect to the next few days schedule and we really needed an afternoon nap. We holed up in the only hotel in town and slept for a blissful three hours while the boys fixed the car.

    When we finally dragged ourselves out of the room and went for a walk around town, we realized our time had been well spent. There wasn’t much ...

    Where The Sky Has Legs

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 14, 2013

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    ... with a couple of bungalows, small bar and restaurant owned by Jean Le Rasta, who has the longest, baddest dread (singular!!!) I’ve ever seen. Pictures of the great Bob Marley lined the walls and reggae beats pumped from the sound system. Later that night, as we all met up for a final dinner, the local Sakalava band, consisting of a few very talented locals and joined by our various guides and drivers played some of the best music ...

    Three days in a Leaky Boat...

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 11, 2013

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    ... to do but sit back and take in the view of life on a Madagascan river.

    As we drifted along the sun grew warmer. We’d slapped on the sun screen but were happy we’d thought to dig out our umbrellas to provide some shade. Some of the others had purchased small ones from the village but those without them looked to be getting rather uncomfortable.

    About midday, we stopped on the bank of the river while Patrick prepared our lunch. He was a really ...

    Headed to the River

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 08, 2013

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    ... large group of twelve with the other 10 being French. All of the guides had gathered and it wasn’t long before they had the guitars out and were banging out some local songs. All of them could play and sing and it was a pleasure to sit back and take it all in. In the end the 50c rums took their toll and I rolled into bed. Tim stayed up for another few hours chatting and generally enjoying the camaraderie that had developed so ...

    West Coast: Baobabs and Kirindy Forest

    A travel blog entry by georgg on Nov 19, 2012

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    ... other than a 4WD. Soon after leaving the city we saw our first Baobabs, and after about 30 min we reached the spectacular Allée des Baobabs.

    Camp Amoureux is quite a spectacular small camp in the middle of the Kirindy Forest. Our "room" is a tent on a wooden platform under a thatched roof. It has a bathroom and shower just behind it. We have lunch in the dining hut, which is a two story wooden gazebo. It is right in front of the "love" Baobabs, which are ...