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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to hear their comments and the questions were completely new ones. Very different from the US reaction to the film.
After the screening, we went to eat at the Buffet du Jardin which was also a club. I had a brochette of canard (duck--sorry vegetarians) and pommes frites. My host, Desire (DayZeeRay) sat in on electric bass and his son Andy who is 8 years old sat in on drums. So nice and so much fun. Then, the guitar player sang Round Midnight in Malagasy. ...
... mark and I ran into Mamy and Guy, our driver, who were heading out for a pre-dinner drink to a local street-front stall. We tagged along and it was again quite interesting to see where the locals go to have a drink, Mamy and Guy seem to know everybody in every town. The boys all had a beer and I had a local punch, which looked a bit like a cruiser and Mamy assured me several times was "not very strong". Label: 18%. I swear these people all think I'm an alcoholic. Thursday ...
There’s been a change. I can feel it. From the depths of my concentration over a patient’s file, I can sense the shift. It’s dusk, but that isn’t it. Mothers have stopped fussing about, children are calmly huddled nearby and the volume has dropped several decibels.
I glance up out of my muddled thoughts and notice a hum from the neighbouring ward. Seconds later a waft of ...
... it would have cost us ten fold. Then he would have had leverage. My NSW driver’s license I could have left behind with him, and he knew it. Same held true for the identity card and the photocopy. All these were disposable in case of an emergency, as we found ourselves in that night.
In retrospect, I have to wonder, was he really an officer? We never saw a badge, and his gear was quite generic. It isn’t to say that ...
... in 1835. This palace was designed for Queen Ranavalona I, in response to the move by Radama I to establish Tana as the seat of power for Madagascar. Unfortunately, a fire in 1995 destroyed many of the original wooden structures and restoration has halted, most likely due to a lack of funds. Nevertheless, the visit was interesting and our guides informative, if rather pushy when it came to payment! It's easy to get taken in when you arrive at one ...