Tsara Komba Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
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... and at the first house there were lemurs swarming it, they happily jumped on us (with some encouragement from the bananas we brought along), I was nervous about getting too friendly with them as we didn't get the rabies shot, I didn't want to have a disaster on our hands. Every time we visit an island we have to take a small boat over. We have been trailing this boa along the back of the catamaran. This boat seems to fill very quickly with water, so we have small cups that ...
This weekend our heads were clearly not screwed on. Last week you may remember me telling you about Martin losing his mask on our night dive. Thankfully he was lucky enough to find it the next day in the ocean. Lucky for him. This weekend we went to a cafe, after ordering Martin came and sat down, when he realized he no longer had his wallet. In a panic he went running around the cafe looking for it. He had left it on he counter, and the woman working picked it up and ...
... know and love Black Nadia, they said they expected thousands of people to be at her concert. So we went, we saw her. I wouldn't say it was comparable to ACDC ..........at all, but it was an experience. There were maybe 200 people there by the time we left, not quite thousands but it's good they were hopeful. She was a Caribbean type of sound, with two female and two male back up dancers and a small band. The girls basically wore skimpy clothing and twerked, which was ...
... bag full of cash she was exchanging for people. Very bizarre and dodgy. The town we go into is called Hell-Ville. We take a boat from Nosy Komba over to Hell-Ville which takes about 20-45 minutes depending on which boat we get on. Once we arrive in town we must get out and wade through calf deep water. It is very brown and completely disgusting. People have seen dead rats in it, locals bathe in it, and some have even seen people pooping in it. To us it ...
... we could use the wifi pretty decently. We had doors and windows, and even curtains. We also had a small area to hang clothing, and enough space to unpack our things. Now that we have arrived at our accommodations on the island of Nosy Komba, the only thing I can say is, this is basic! Our rooms are small huts made from bamboo, we don't have doors, we had a small piece of fabric hanging where the door should be just for some privacy. I'm feeling very anxious about the ...