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... at a deep blue lake for lunch.
The next day the taxi-brousse journey which the guidebook suggested would take 4-5 hours took us 11 hours! So by the time we got here to Finar we were desperate for food and ended up with a huge pizza each (not exactly traditional Malagasy cuisine).
Today was a very indulgent day visiting first Madagascar's tea plantation and then its Vineyard ...
Had an early breakfast and left with our driver to the entrance of the Isalo National Park. Headed out after payIng our entrance fee, lunch and our guide called Marcelin. Enjoyed a wonderful 9 Km walk in what is known as the "Colorado of Madagascar". We walked to a natural pool, mountain ridge and through the Canyon to a camp area where we enjoyed a BBQ dinner. (Zebu ...
... to experience, who we are excited to see, and what we are nervous about. We talked about what we will miss about Madagsacar. I can hardly believe that we are just past the halfway point of our time here, and prior to retreat, spent a lot of time thinking about all these things. The team provided a great sounding board, allowing me to get these thoughts and feelings out so I can better focus on remaining in the present with my communities.
... to get help because 2 of our wagons popped off the track! He offered to walk with us to the first nearby village were we can have cell phone signal again.
04:50am it's getting daylight, our new friend said about one hour walking. 4 km, 3 other tourist followed us as well.
The morning fog makes it a bit mysterious but actually we are having fun, we are moving! Of course after one hour walking on our flip flops on the ...
... plants. The
chain of the andrigintra forms a true barrier between slope is, that we
leave, and the West side drier, where we will arrive in late afternoon
to camp 2.
We follow a steep path that climbs to the plateau of Diavolona 2 100 m, where we arrive in at the time of the solar zenith; It is a framed Lunar scenery of high walls...a strange floor rock, huge slabs of sandstone, where sometimes emerges from the vegetation without root! ...