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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... made of earth and pupils have to take it in turn to attend lesson in classrooms.
Ranomafana National Park
Ranomafana (which means "hot water" in Malagasy) is doubtless one the most spectacular National Parks of Madagascar. Due to the good access ...
... learning so much about the people in the city and about how to live where daily life cannot be easy for most with such a lovely way of being. I will try to keep this with me when I get back to New York.
Thank you again and again for making this trip with me. Today is Friday and I leave tomorrow night, Sunday morning 1am. The time is going so fast. It's a long trip home but it will give me time to reflect on this great experience.
... also wandered by a church with some bad singing and then a compound owned by a cult that Mamy described as like Scientology. They make members give them their zebu, as they use them like currency here. The tribe in this area is famous as it is the only one of the 18 Malagasy tribes which is polygamous, and this area is considered relatively rich. This probably explains why you are not bothered by people trying to sell you anything in this village. Just before dinner, ...
... with some of the other guests. We all ate in the guesthouse as not only was the food good and value for money but the reputation for crime in Antananarivo after nightfall is legendary. There were notices all over the hotel warning about the level of crime and as now I don't drink, I thought, well whats the point venturing out.
The next morning, Scott and I caught a taxi to the Taxi Brousse Depot and boarded a minibus bound for ...
... and a treat for the CAM girls.
Despite all the usual difficulties, we booked a bus and a driver and took the babies to the zoo in Tana. Together with Jill, June and two monitors we led the babies out of their first floor playroom - two babies each. As we walked across the playground some of them began to howl with fear, and the noise level rose as we neared the bus. They were terrified of leaving their sanctaury and going into ...