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... the first night at the opening concert, Winifred and Rames. He is Indian Malagasy, born there. She is from Boston, white with that kind of save the world aura about her. They met in Rwanda and have been back in Madagascar for 9 years. They had a gorgeous villa and served some delicious food including deviled eggs. Yes, deviled eggs. I don't even eat eggs unless they are deviled so I was very happy. I asked if our staff people could join the party ...
... in, the younger boys sleep on mats on the floor and the younger girls sleep directly on the floor. (32 people, 3 bedrooms, I do not know how they create new babies in this environment...) The kids in the villages are very friendly, I always try to speak to them in French (a difficult task as I did not pay attention in one single French class at school, in fact often didn't turn up...). The kids will often come running up to to van if we stop somewhere to take pictures, they ...
... There are wonderful organisations out there helping to conserve what is left, of delicate ecosystems, helping local communities to manage local environments that future generations may have the opportunities I am just about to have.... I am not sure, but I think even when scrabbling round on the forest floor for frogs (and I still can't remember the Latin Names!!!) no more than 18mm big, being bitten ...
... lined the Avenue. At the far end the magnificent Gare Soarano dominated the Avenue. Over one hundred years old it is little used nowadays and was recently converted into a high end shopping mall, with a high class parisian Bistro at one end. The occasional (appropriately named Mad Rail train passes through) but all in all it was just for the tourists and ex-pats. However, the Lonely Planet had said the Info HQ was here… yet I soon ...
... and a treat for the CAM girls.
Despite all the usual difficulties, we booked a bus and a driver and took the babies to the zoo in Tana. Together with Jill, June and two monitors we led the babies out of their first floor playroom - two babies each. As we walked across the playground some of them began to howl with fear, and the noise level rose as we neared the bus. They were terrified of leaving their sanctaury and going into ...