Hotel Villa La Madeleine
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... full of victories, large and small. This is especially important for me to do, since many of these personal successes may not necessarily be viewed as very important from a North American perspective of success. In the United States, my list might have contained things like a good job, awards won, a high GPA, a good internship. These ...
... br> Checking the computer one more time, I decided that it would be ridiculous to spend so much time on a bus. I would have so little time in Morandova that it would be almost pointless to go. I logged onto the site (all in French so I had to guess the words). I put in all the information to buy the ticket. I was already later than she said I should be and in a bit of a rush. The final page came up. And I couldn’t understand anything other than something about a problem with my ...
... doctor checks for a heart beat with her stethoscope.
His fingers are blue, he’s gasping for air, but his heart is pumping. I can see it pounding through his delicate chest.
His mother stands outside the window. She’d watched from afar, outside the hospital, peering in through the window as if the wall would distance her from the pain of what could come. We motion her back in to tell her, no show her, that ...
... the hotel bar.
Dinner in the hotel was very good and I got to eat a new animal. I had a zebu steak, which was very nice and tender. A Zebu is a type of cattle, which is very common in Madagascar. It is easily distinguishable from a cow by its large horns and a big hump on its neck.
We went to bed very early,since we had a 4am wake up call for our flight to the West ...
Of all the surprises that Madagascar has in store for the visitor, and there are many, one is arguably many degrees more surprising than all of the others.
The Malagasy love Celine Dion. I mean, really love her. We completely lost track of how many times we heard the Titanic theme tune whilst we were in Madagascar, and were often treated to obscure album tracks as well! Every "taxi brousse" (more of them shortly…) driver had a mix CD, and we soon got ...
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