Andilana Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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... middle of two seas meeting again, but this time the Indian Ocean and the Mozambique Chanel. It was a beautiful day, the sun was hot, the water was warm, and we all had braids in our hair. Yes you read that correctly, we all decided to go for it and get our hair braided. It's funny because every port we go to on the ship, there are always the "tourists" who get their hair braided, and usually we all joke about it. This time we wanted to be the idiot tourists and get the ...
... translate. They cannot understand each other because they speak different dialects of Malagasy because this man says he is from Antananarivo, the Capitol. So the conversation isn't getting very far. So then we call Christian, this is a guy who lives in Antananarivo, and picked us up from the airport. We call him with hopes that he can understand this dialect and find out where this guy is so we can meet and make a deal. When Christian calls this number, the guy claims ...
... to borrow. So we were set back about 30 minutes by all the misplacing of masks. So we began the dive, once we all descended we were instructed to turn off our flashlights and wave our arms like crazy people in the air. Once we did we started seeing small green flashes of light by the thousands. It's called bioluminescence. It is amazing to see underwater. While we were down there it was so dark, thank god for the flashlights. We saw a squid for the first time floating around. ...
... rabies vaccines, but no bites, so we were fine. The lemurs make the strangest noises for such small animals. Nosy Komba translates to Land of Lemurs. When walking through Ampang Village, we pass woman sitting outside in the sand stitching table cloths. That is one of the main souvenirs to get here is hand made table cloths. We see the ladies draw the patter on the material, then they cut it out and hem all of the edges to create such beautiful patterns. It ...
... not be the best. So that is worrying. Another guy got a tropical ulcer here and when he got to the hospital they jabbed five needles in his foot!!!! So I literally want to wrap myself in bubble wrap. There are so many rules at this camp it's unreal. Every time we leave we have to sign a paper out and say an estimated time we will return, then we have to sign back in. No showers before 8 AM. Only one hour of electricity, and you can only charge one device. You can ...