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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... day we went for a hike in Ranomafana national park With our appointed guide - Diamond who was incredibly knowledgable. I really enjoyed it although wasn't feeling the best. It was definitely my sort of terrain - at one point we were running through the rainforest trying to keep up with the lemurs this involved scrambling up very steep banks at speed what fun. We eventually caught up with then and were rewarded for about 20 minutes watching them up close ...
... without stopping) by half 5, a full 12 hour drive with no stop to buy any food, drink or more importantly for some money! A really good location on the side if the lake with a well stocked bar if carlsbwrg carlsbwrg carlsbwrg or carlsbwrg (?). Springbok peppermint and amoretti shots were the order if the evening, a little too many maybe. Last orders came and went and then stu git the bar to reopen just for another drink no one really ...
... on for 2 minutes we had to time it off as we could actually hear ourselves speak. Another concern was the fact that we didn't have any mosquito nets, which would have been handy to know before we all left them back with the big truck. Hotel washing facilities express service in under 4 hours was excellent, 5 shirts 1650 per shirt 8350 trouser 1800 10150 boxers 1050 11200 a little pricy but cleaned & washed in machines to a high ...
... to find that the tide was out, way way way out. I've never seen the tide out this much before. When the tide is out the sand is harder so easier to cycle one l, which was abut deceiving as we later found out. We cycled to the other end of the beach till we couldn't clue no more and I reckon it was about 15 km. then we had a drink in a restaurant and had a swim in a bath aka the sea, it was so ...
... and instead there are hundreds of tortoises there and Andy's eyes lit up like he had been given a giant block of chocolate at Christmas. So off we went on a boat ride to the Leland and there were just so many, so old, so big. Crazy days! You could pat then just like Alfie, scratch their necks and they clearly lived it. After a wander around and making a few tortoises lives just a little better, or so we thought, we headed back to Zanzibar and then drove out to ...