Le Relais Normand
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... government had moved it some three years ago - to the airport (useless)!
Frustrated I managed to stumble across a private travel agency in a neighbouring street (no street markings or signs in Antananarivo), who were very helpful. After an hour they came up with some suggestions and I managed to find the National Parks HQ who provided some further tips. My biggest breakthrough came with a very helpful lady at Air Madagascar HQ, ...
... the midday city traffic. There was a lot of tired crying at first , but gradually the rumble of the engine sent them all off into an exhausted sleep.
It was such a worthwhile activity to do with them.
After a brief respite.... hurried into the village to do photocopying for the lessons, Jill and I enjoyed an English lesson with the staff
On my application for to join Akany I had mentioned that I bake cakes for ...
... it would have cost us ten fold. Then he would have had leverage. My NSW driver’s license I could have left behind with him, and he knew it. Same held true for the identity card and the photocopy. All these were disposable in case of an emergency, as we found ourselves in that night.
In retrospect, I have to wonder, was he really an officer? We never saw a badge, and his gear was quite generic. It isn’t to say that ...
... It did provide welcome relief from the heat and humidity, which were once again in evidence today as we wandered through town in search of various provisions for our upcoming cycle trip. Obtaining a local SIM card for our mobile phones was a lesson in patience. We were directed to a seat which formed a queue, which was watched over by a vigilant security man who ensured that the correct queue sequence was maintained (mostly) as people came and went. It ...
... were many old French cars driving around, it was like going back in time 25 years when Marjolaine and I first moved to France.
The difference of course was the location and the situation. This is not part of the developed world. When I pulled my camera out to take photos, Pascal raised my window to make it harder for anyone to quickly reach inside. “Snatch and run?” I asked. “Yes, if we get stopped in traffic, one must be careful; people are very ...