Tsara Komba Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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... that this was how the next 5 days would be! [David, I did try to send you a text message at that stage saying I was not convinced of the appeal of this boat story, but it would not go through!]
Anyway my seasick-ness settled eventually (most of the time, and only with the aid of Stugeron or Valoid!) and we all thoroughly enjoyed these final 5 days of this amazing holiday:
- sailing from tiny island to island, inhabited by a few villagers rather than hotels ...
... 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 ...
When we went to breakfast, one of the staff members said that Air Madagascar had called, and that we should collect the bag from their office in town. So we went there first, my clothes and face cream being a priority over wild lemurs today! I said to Steve I was sick of dressing like a boy! Anyway, I was very excited to see my bag there and a very helpful man sorted out the paperwork, although was not overly apologetic. It sounds like this is ...
... plan was that we go to the camp tomorrow afternoon and bring him back to our hotel. However, it now sounds like tomorrow night is going to be a big 'last night' at camp, so we will only collect him on Friday morning before we head off to our next destination (Reserve de L'Ankarana, where we will see lemurs in the wild)!
Will try to get some of today's pics uploaded later/tomorrow.
Still no news on the luggage...
... remember enough French to get through this, with patience, after such a long day and not much food… They say it will arrive on tomorrow's flight from Antananarivo - late afternoon - and then they will bring to me! So all my clothes, toiletries, shoes - all I have are jeans and shirt. Steve dug out a nice pair of his shorts for me, that do fit, and at least he has deodorant and body wash! No face cream though, no hair brush (and of course ...