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... eating here, so I opt for a sealed bag of sweet bread, while Rivo has his tractional breakfast of rice soup. Malagasy eat rice with every meal, its so inbuilt that if rice is missed in one meal, apparently its impossible to get to sleep that night. Because of the long drive ahead, we where supposed to leave early. But as the Malagasy say 'mura mura', which means 'slowly slowly' or as I call it, 'Africa time', everything takes longer, ...
... at least for this trip... Will I be back I am not sure, so many other places in the world to visit but certainly glad I have been. So into South Africa... First stop Johannesburg, what a difference a very short flight can make... So westernised... And no Zebu on the menu!! Though not sure can quite get my head around all the armed response security signs outside all the houses... Suppose it is living in the UK where this does not ...
... that the two conservation elements could provide many of the highlights of this trip. We shall see.... A few Madagascan facts as the plane touches down 80-90% of Madagascar's forest cover and nearly all on the highlands has been destroyed and at least 45 species of Lemur have become extinct on Madagascar in the 2000 years humans have inhabited the island.... And no one will ever see the Elephant Bird ...
... the entrance gate was marked with a huge eagle and a phallus as a sign of circumcision and nobility - I've never seen a coat of arms quite like that before. Our tour guide told us that the tradition here when a boy is circumcised is for the grandfather to eat the skin quickly with a banana. Apart from the strange decoration, the palace had a beautiful view over the city and the gardens were filled with poinsettias (our ...
... hitched a ride to the petrol station in town and came back in a while with the top up. the car still wouldn't go. We all gave it a push and it spluttered into life. We hobbled along, struggling up hills and coasting down them. Dina was convinced that the problem was caused by dirty petrol. We stopped at a grocery store run by his uncle in one town for the uncle to check, and then some mechanics in another little town also had a tinker with ...