Feon' Ny Ala

Andasibe, Madagascar | 2 star lodge
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This 2 star lodge is located in Andasibe.
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    Travel Blogs from Andasibe

    Cold Cabins

    A travel blog entry by couillard on Apr 14, 2014

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    The evenings are cold and damp so we had to strip the blankets off the single bed and use them for added warmth. After a good night sleep we had an American breakfast and left to go to the National Park at 7:30. Our driver Josse, took us to the entrance to meet up with Desire who was our park guide. We purchased a two day pass (37,000.00 ariary) which was about 9.50 for Francois and I, and we all pitched in ...

    Indri, Chameleons, Weevils, Frogs and Night Safari

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Apr 12, 2014

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    The minibus was most ordinary in its uncomfortable status and offered little in the way of a new travel experience to either myself or Scott for the two half hour journey from Antananarivo to Moromanga. We passed through picturesque rolling hills with little villages & green rice paddies through to the bustling market town of Moromanga. Scott and I chatted the whole way and this made the journey pass very quickly.

    He was from California and had ...

    It's not just a name in a movie...it's real!

    A travel blog entry by rnolen on Jul 30, 2013

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    Cool fact- 88 million years ago, this piece of land separated from India.

    A Royal Feast

    A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Dec 24, 2012

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    ... palace of the all-powerful Merina king Andrianampoinimerina (which is actually the short form of his name!). It was he who united the Merina people into the most powerful kingdom at the time. We took up an offer of a guide, who proved to be extremely knowledgeable, engaging and enthusiastic about the place and we spent a very informative and enjoyable hour with her. She was absolutely tiny (made me feel like a giant), apparently typical of the ...

    In Mayotte, The Comoros Islands.

    A travel blog entry by gypsying on Dec 20, 2010


    ... around. It seemed to us that things were very expensive and we were told it's largely because virtually everything has to be imported into the country. For example, we needed to go to an optician so Rex could have his glasses adjusted and I could reattach the arm of a pair of mine. While there I decided to buy an eyeglass leash to use up our Namibian currency and bought one for about $10 made in South Africa. In Cape Town at the most expensive place to shop, on the ...