Tsara Komba Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
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... t have my rain jacket or anything waterproof at hand. My passport was in my waist bag so I started to try to protect it from the rain with my upper body. Rain got heavier and it didn't take long until I was soaked. Water was constantly dripping down my hair and running over my face. I could feel my underwear being completely wet as well. I started to worry about my electronics and my passport but there was nothing I could do. Everyone was still laughing and ...
... being dropped off in the water by a nut shell type of boat I had to walk to the coast. A little boy at the beach was yelled at by the people on the boat to show me the way to my accommodation. I instantly liked the island. No big resorts, no hotels, just a handful of guesthouses in the middle of the village with locals being the neighbors. Great! Totally my cup of tea! My accommodation was nice, owned by a guy ...
... cause I was captivated by the book I was reading. It took us about 40 minutes to get to Hell Ville, the capital city of Nosy Be. I took a taxi to go to the dive center. The dive center I chose was offering free basic accommodation for backpackers so I was really happy to not having to spend a fortune on Nosy Be accommodation. Whenever I got there though I had to find out that all of his free accommodation was already occupied. The hotel manager of Nosy Lodge Madagascar was ...
... and chill.
After a short tour of the boat, room (berth) allocation (kids had one each) and unpacking of a few clothes, the anchor was pulled and off we set. But I then spent the next few hours either lying flat out in a prone position on deck or on my bed, or speaking on the big white telephone in our cabin! It was incredibly bumpy as we crossed the bay to our first destination, and I had not thought to take any Stugeron. Everyone else seemed mostly fine, and I started ...
... had recommended something called ‘Coli-Calm’ which he said was very good at combatting diarrhoea, much better than Imodium (‘troubles’ was the French word in the medication I got for Steve, and is a great descriptor, now much used by all of us!). He also said that most visitors from Europe have some kind of intestinal ‘troubles’ when they holiday in Madagascar – I pointed out that we live ...