Hotel Manoir Rouge

Address: Lot K IV 023 , Antananarivo, Madagascar | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Lot K IV 023 , Antananarivo.
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      Travel Blogs from Antananarivo

      I saw lemurs up close!

      A travel blog entry by maxinegordon on Oct 06, 2014

      7 comments, 22 photos

      ... also some Malagasy musicians and students. A very nice crowd. It was thrilling to see the film here. I've seen it so many times but it looked very good and the music was so good. I did get sad at the end when I saw Cedar Walton and Freddie Hubbard in the Birdland scene. After the screening, I greeted people in the lobby and they were very enthusiastic about the film. No one had seen it before but they knew about Bertrand Tavernier and Francois Cluzet of course. It was so ...

      Homestay "Or Something Like That"

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Aug 27, 2014

      4 comments, 127 photos

      ... a slow moving bus was a pretty good way of observing day-to-day life. On this leg of the journey we also got to disembark for a much needed hike to a remote village which was to be our home for the night. It was more of a rustic hostel than a genuine homestay but the walk to get in and out was a nice way to see rural Madagascar up close. For our lemur fix we were able to track the golden and greater bamboo lemurs (both endangered) in Ranomafana National ...

      Madagascar

      A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Aug 22, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... including their funerary and burial customs. This definitely confirmed that the stone wall thingie that mark, Anton and I came across the other day was definitely a tomb, and the wooden troughs the temporary coffins the bodies are put in before the bones are moved to the family tomb. Turns out it was somewhat fady of us to climb over to the tomb (fady is similar to taboo) but because we are foreigners who didn't know this is less fady (plus I won't be telling any locals). ...

      Fianar

      A travel blog entry by couillard on May 02, 2014

      6 photos

      ... done already too much road travel this year with over a month of long overnight bus rides in Peru, 6200 KM of driving in Chile, 4000 Km of driving in Namibia and a little over 2000Km in Madagascar and counting. We will leave with our driver and head to Manakara and this should take about five hours. The girls will eventually show up and Jose will pick them ...

      Lémuriens et déforestation

      A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Sep 23, 2013

      28 photos

      ... figures: 98% of mammals and 68% of the plants of Madagascar exist anywhere else, they are seriously threatened..

      Galloping
      demography and migration of peoples from the South to the high land
      once filled with forests accentuate even more deforestation...

      I
      therefore find myself to visit the Park of Ranomafana, on a secondary
      and primary forest, one of the only places still preserved, paradise for
      botanists and zoologists.

      ...