Les Dunes d'Ifaty
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... of the tourism infrastructure, probably saw more than we would have in far less time than if we had tried to do our own thing. Just to wrap up our tour, however, the old ladies (who had spent the better part of two weeks handing out their trash to anyone who begged or squealed loud enough) decided that they weren't quite done driving me around the bend- one of them wanted to take back a lot of local fabrics (fair enough) but since she wasn't willing to part with real money and ...
... The traditional economy of the Vezo is fishing. Fishermen
go on Canoe Outrigger and sailing square sometimes for more than a week
to go fishing of sharks and other large fish or turtles.Nomadic, "Vezo" roam the West Coast during the season dry (almost 4 months per year) looking for more fish sites.
At home on the water in childhood, their existence is dedicated to the sea. The favourable months where the sea is navigable they ...
... where they draw their drinking water... and the surrounding area arecompletely desert , making impossible any rice culture orMallow...
The visit of the village is the opportunity for me to have fun with the children who are delighted me running ; According to shake me hands or do the clowns before the lens.
By against, the beach that runs along the village is the opportunity of a fairlydisgusting slalom between the droppings ...
... a mite...
I hear the truck, and rush inside the rear...A crazy world. full of people .. like last passenger, I work with bags of flour and rice. The ticket controller is really jovial, plays the clown with the vazaha, me, to impress the ladies...
In the distance, a strip of land of 5 km size the sea, a sandy Cape, that
is!, my next exit: after a few hundred metres and a visit of a lodge, I
view a dune landscape where are rooted from ...
... the roughish conditions meant visibility was a little reduced. My continuing cold didn't help much either. Familiar tropical fish, such as colourful parrotfish delicately nibbling on some delicious morsel, were joined by more intriguing fish, such as bright yellow streaks reminiscent of garr, and spotted puffer fish that darted in and out of the coral petals. Invertebrate highlights included an impressive black and white striped sea cucumber,a huge lobster and a briefly glimpsed ...