Le Relais Normand
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... and so on, all very literal and often quite hilarious.
After lunch it was time for the long drive up the valley wall to the high plateau on which Tana is located. Theo kept telling us about the country in response to our questions. He explained how 2009 had seen major social upheaval with rioting and looting and that had really hurt tourism. He explained the latest tourism killer which had been a literal event, which occurred in October of last year in ...
... of the nice cafes, hotels and galleries are. It was really nice to see some of the businesses making an effort to brighten up the drab architecture with lots of colour and murals. The arts and crafts were really nice and the T-shirts some of the best designs we’ve seen while being on the road. We had a great lunch across the road from the La Teeshirterie before heading back down into town. Late afternoon found us back at the terrace where we hooked up with Sonia ...
... as well.
The pharmacy routinely runs out of medication and one lucky mother may get the last box of a drug for her child where another who might need it later in the night can’t get to it. A good intern will remember which mother got the medication, and at 2 am he will walk to the adjacent ward, wake the slumbering mother and explain the situation. I have seen mothers with nothing themselves, with sick children lying next to them, reach into their ...
... and love would somehow alleviate what he was going through. That it might perhaps palliate his, or maybe even her pain to warm his little toes.
The cause of the seizures is still unknown. Hypotheses have been made, but nothing quite fits. Bets are being put on a parasitic cerebral tapeworm that is common in Madagascar. But of course you can’t run scans on a little boy in seizures, and the blood work has to be sent out and can’t be done ...
... actually called it a "hole of a city" so I was expecting the worst. However, I must say that I was pleasantly surprised...o.k yes, it is dirty but the architecture is very interesting if you look past the obvious. There is an interesting mix of Dutch, English, French and Malagasy architecture. The city is mountainous so you have sweeping views often...and everything looks pretty from a bird's eye view. The people looked easygoing and happy for the most part. I ...