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... a dirt road and then left on a busy street to the school. It took about 15 minutes. They wouldn't let me wear any jewelry and Satry carried my bag. Obviously, they had been warned not to let me go freely in the streets. We stopped at a boulangerie for a snack and went into the gates of the school. Another world behind the walls. American teachers, young and white, and middle class Malagasy and foreign students and embassy workers' children. First ...
... in general I'm finding the place much more dry, open and in places more barren than expected, this is because most of the forest has been cleared for farming. There is a lot of step rice paddies which are pretty cool to look at as you drive past but obviously pretty devastating for the natural environment. Tonight's campsite is in the middle of a granite mountain range, one part is referred to as the moonscape mountain because that's pretty much exactly what it looks like. ...
... but, also the emotional support of my wonderful friends and those closest to me. Who I know will be, for the next five months, looking out for my next Facebook post, email, text or phone call. I remember as a kid watching all the BBC nature programs, wondering if I would ever see those things as they are in the wild, and not at Dudley Zoo. I have been so fortunate, to swim with Whale Sharks, visit the ...
... from California and several animal researchers who were also staying in the guesthouse. Scott was really the only other traveller and we got on well. Like me he appeared to only have a rough idea of where to go on the island. I had, since Fish Hoek changed my mind and my route twice already, and was now totally confused. Consequently I began to feel that only a visit to the Tourist Information HQ in the Centre Ville had a chance of sorting out ...
... been something in the air.... or in the rain.
Tuesday 11th March was Mardi Gras ... and Pancake day. In the afternoon all the Akany children put on the masks they'd made the day before, and we paraded noisily around the playground and in and out of the refrectory. We had whistles and drums and I led them in and around the tables , banging on a big aluminium saucepan with a metal spoon. Finally we sang some very loud and noisy songs like ...