Hotel Manoir Rouge
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... the city. This took quite some time as we went to the Hotel de Louvre to pick up the Swiss organ player, Olivier, and then we changed vehicles and waited for the historian to go with us. Tassou is a young man who studied history at the University here and was our guide. He was excellent and patient with my many questions about the history of Madagascar and ...
... used to me eating less rice at dinner so that I have extra room for dessert, which is usually some type of fruit! What amazing Creations (that I can eat!)!
1:1 “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”
This post is mostly about pictures of fruit… so flip through the album and be a
little of jealous of all the ...
This morning the girls left at 7:00 am to catch the train with the driver. He told us that he would wait till the train left before coming back to the hotel, to pick us up and so we had time to sleep in, have breakfast and pack. He showed up around 8:30, the train did not depart on time. After picking ...
... avoiding the rocks and muddy putholes next to the track. The locals just walk on barefoot on the rocks and the track, amazing they do that.We also joined some who were also in the train, also looking for a way out.
09:00 Yes finally we see our car! Mahery could make it till the hotel to pick us up. Also the car for the French was there so they will be very happy too.
Our last power we used to push the car out of the mud, the one ...
... spend a week in Tana, not really planned but okay because we love the markets, strolling around and we met some nice travellers. It is a bit difficult to see the poor people on the streets, we are used to some poor countries but this island is really poor I have to say. Sometimes hard to face it, but unfortunately it is what it is and we actually cannot do a lot about it. The people are super friendly and also a bit curious when they see us. Now we are ...