- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After a good night sleep, The morning sunrise broke through the curtains just before 5, luckily this woke me up as I had forgot to set the alarm. I pulled back the curtains and was now able to appreciate the beautiful view of Tana, with its purple Jacaranda tress glowing in the morning sun. This morning we are back in the car for a 7 hour drive west to Miandrivazo. Tomorrow we will start a two and a half day trip in a Pirogue (traditional ...
... King Louis and Sifakas. A lovely way to start in Fort Dauphin. 4. Chameleons around the campsite in St Luce, well where else in the world can you see such strange creatures. 5. The success of the stitch and lobster conservation project in St. Luce. Low Points 1. The food especially the Dodgy Tummy as soon as I arrived after my first awful meal in Lake City Hotel. 2. The land management practices and thinking of what I ...
... see bears in Canada, wolves in Yosemite and so many more wonderful experiences with the natural world over my last forty years. I am sure Madagascar and Africa will not disappoint. I feel immensely privileged to potentially witness things that future generations may not have the opportunity too. Are we as a race more intelligent than yeast? I certainly hope so or at the very least that we are evolving ...
We've all arrived safely in Madagascar, with journeys ranging from 4 hours to 48 (poor Matt).
Our taxi from the airport was terrifying, "no need" for seatbelts and we didn't need to worry about the traffic because the other side of the road saved lots of time. On our first night, Clare and I tried one of the Malagasy dishes, which was a stew with beef and chicken with cassava leaves and as you eat it your tongue and ...
... bedroom had five beds in it.... but Chip retired to another bedroom pretty quickly with a movie on his computer. Phew!
We were up early again ( night was broken by barking dogs all across the town) and we walked to the croissant and coffee shop down the street. Dina came to collect us and all our baggage. he took us back to the miniature bicycle shop and then to a stone market. Bargaining is such an exhausting activity.... especially at 9am. ...