Isalo Rock Lodge Madagascar

Sandstone Mountains, Isalo, Madagascar | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Isalo

Mark & Joy meets Madagascar!

A travel blog entry by markjoy

54

... visitors, it is famous about the limestone pinnacles and the caves underneeth. We started to climb down the ladder and see the pinnacles from below. Narrow openings in straight lines open on top, sometimes we had to walk sideways! on some places the lines were connected to caves. Very impressive and strange to know that people seem to have lived in this labyrinth of caves , small passages ,hideouts and more.

To get to the top of the Tsingy we walked true ...

Where The Sky Has Legs

A travel blog entry by timshazz

12

... in all our African travels. Drums, guitar and harmonies had the local "girls" up shaking their booties. It was a big nights with lots of drinks and a few “smokes” to add to the atmosphere.

It was a great night until we realized it was almost 4am and we really should get to bed. It was at that point I managed to slip off a path and badly wrench my ankle. As I tried not to pass out with the pain I had visions that I may have ...

Mora Mora...Slowly, Slowly..or perhaps die!

A travel blog entry by timshazz

1
15

... were the agile rock bunnies amongst us that did it with ease but both Tim and I were both taking the Malagasy saying “Mora, Mora” (slowly, slowly) to heart and triple checking the carabineers at every switch. They were comforting from a safety perspective but in hindsight, and with way too much contemplation, they were attached at the waist and we had no helmets. One wrong step and you would fall into a gap surrounded by sharp pointed ...

Headed to the River

A travel blog entry by timshazz

8

... waved at them.

The van had big windows so I relaxed back in the seat and enjoyed the agricultural scenes. People were planting and threshing rice which is the main staple in Malagasy cuisine. Grain dried on the side of the road and women walked slowly along the road carrying large burdens on their heads. Washing is done in muddy streams and laid out to dry on the fields resulting in a patchwork of colours against the green. ...

Isalo National Park

A travel blog entry by sranmal

1
57

... of mornings per week. Since one of those mornings would coincide with my visit, I thought I might as well pay it a visit.

We stopped off in Fianar on the way, the only place where I would have access to an ATM before hitting Tulear on the southwest coast in 4 days time. I spent nearly an hour waiting to get some money out. There was a queue because the ATM kept on crashing after every couple of uses. It would then take 10-15 minutes to reboot ...

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