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... I didn't get home until 2am! I am not permitted to go anywhere without a driver or escort. I know a few of you will be glad to hear that. It's a bit daunting as I would like to be able to go for a walk by myself but I am trying to behave in the proper manner since I am an "invitee" (anveetay).
On the next morning, we went to see the Lemurs! I have been nagging about this from the beginning. In the car was a Norwegian violinist and Satry (Satch), the driver ...
... out and earned them himself. We stopped by the road outside a village to give some food and goods to an old woman who sits by the road all day, Mamy calls her "grandma" although she is no relation, she has no family so there is nobody to support her so the village people put her by the road and the guides for the tour companies stop and give her things. Went out to a local bar with Mamy, guy, mark and Anton after dinner, to a bar right by the beach with a mud floor and small ...
... children to deliver individual prayers at every bedside.
This is the evening routine. After ward rounds are conducted by doctors, after prescriptions and treatments are written out for the night, religion enters to tend to its patients in its own way.
Later in the night, one can understand why faith holds such a place in hospitals.
At about six an infant is rushed in by her parents and immediate relatives, she isn’t ...
... 8217;t run rampant all the way up the chain here, but think of it - get yourself a suit and a rifle, stand in the right place at the right time, and what a killing you can make.
As we were being dropped off by the taxi, the driver leaned over and said to us: “next time, ask for his badge number and name.” You bet I will. And next time, the embassy’s number will be programmed into my cell, even if just to call their bluff.
... guide fee is usually around 5000 ariary. Further downhill from the Rova is the former law court, a rather grandiose building which now houses a collection of interesting artefacts from Tana's early history, including the table on which was signed the Treaty between France and Madagascar following wars in the late 1800s. The signing of this treaty would eventually result in the overthrow of the Merina monarchy, and the establishment of Madagascar as a ...
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45 rue du Docteur Vilette, Antananarivo | Hotelfrom $50