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Off to Madagascar for a two month elective in a paediatric hospital! I'm on the lookout for the lemur in a white coat. I'll be traveling for a week at the tail end, but hopefully fitting in a couple of adventures along the way. I can't promise the ...
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For friends and family... And perhaps an occasional stranger. I'm staring at the computer screen and it clearly states that I own tickets that are to give me access to a seat on a Turkish Airlines aeroplane which is to fly me from Helsinki to Nairobi ...
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A Travel Blog entry by joelmeeker from Antananarivo, Madagascar
... in person things that for the near future we can only discuss through e-mail. Then it was time to board for Antananarivo, where I would have a night’s layover. My original travel plans to Rwanda were changed by some changes to Jim Franks itinerary, ...
A Travel Blog entry by m-and-c from Antananarivo, Madagascar
Antananarivo 15th May 2008 We head back to Antananarivo for our last night in Madagascar. We said our thank you and goodbyes to Lova our trusty driver and checked back into the Sole Hotel again. We had a last afternoon of shopping, posting cards and ...
A Travel Blog entry by georgg from Antananarivo, Antananarivo, Madagascar
Fri, Nov 30th Our last day in Madagascar is spent in the capital Antananarivo (or short Tana). Antananarivo was founded in the 17th century by a local king, and the name means "The City of the Thousand", which refers to the number of soldiers that ...
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23 km north of Antananarivo, , Antananarivo, Madagascar72 reviews
The former royal capital and its palace on a steep hill offer stunning views overlooking rice terraces.