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  • Madagascar: Flora and RanomafanaOn the way to Ranomafana we stopped to pickup our guide Fidy who has been a local guide in the lush forests of Ranomafana since 1973! We also picked up our spotter, the spotter is usually a guide in Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 16, 2013
  • Madagascar: Reserve d'Anja and the Ring-Tailed LemurAs we were eating delicious fresh fruits for breakfast we decided that although we had already seen many species of lemurs it would be a shame to visit Madagascar without seeing the famous Maki or Ring-Tailed Lemur in the Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 15, 2013
  • Madagascar: Crazy Colorful ChameleonsWe are heading South today. On the way we stopped in the town of Moramanga to walk around while our driver fixed the flat tire at a local restaurant/grocery/tire store. This little town located between Antananarivo and the East Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 14, 2013
  • Madagascar: Lemurs in the Trees, on the Ground, on my Head! We woke to the calming sounds of the lush green jungle surrounding our lodge on all sides. We had a simple continental breakfast while sitting enjoying the stunning views. Today we would be going to the Parc Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 13, 2013
  • Madagascar: Tana: Coquerel's Sifakas and the Croc Farm Our flight from Kenya to Madagascar was expensive…in fact it was more expensive than our flights to Africa from the New York! We got up brutally early for our ride to the airport…and the direct easy 4 hour Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 12, 2013
  • 2013 A6 OCEANIA - MADAGASCAR==We then leave the booming Mozambique, cross over the Mozambique Channel to Madagascar island== or more exactly, Nosey Bey island. Where I get on a little boat to go to yet another island - Isle of Lemurs. One guy Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | Nov 14, 2007
  • Indian Ocean IslandsYou’ll be glad to know that we made it safely through the pirate zone. We are now in the southern Indian Ocean en route to Madagascar, having spent the last few days visiting the islands of Mauritius and Réunion. Posted by HopeEakins in Sailing Around the World with TEDS | Apr 15, 2013
  • MadagascarMadagascar is large and poor and beautiful. We sailed into Ft. Dauphin, a harbor almost empty save for structures built by Rio Tinto, a company that mines titanium, and, from the looks of it, doesn’t pay its workers very Posted by HopeEakins in Around the World with Bill and Hope | Apr 1, 2013
  • Good Friday HomilyHomily preached by The Reverend Hope H. Eakins on March 29, 2013, Good Friday on the Silver Whisper in the Indian Ocean What does it mean, this Good Friday? Why have we left the pool deck, the cocktail party to come and hear Posted by HopeEakins in Around the World with Bill and Hope | Apr 1, 2013
  • Maundy Thursday homilyHomily preached by The Reverend William J. Eakins on March 28, 2013, Maundy Thursday on the Silver Whisper in the Indian Ocean “And when the hour came, Jesus sat at table and the apostles with him …” It was the Last Supper, the last time Posted by HopeEakins in Around the World with Bill and Hope | Apr 1, 2013
  • Arrival in MadagascarIn my short career as a traveller i have visited around 30 countries across 5 continents, taking hundreds of thousands of pictures along the way. I have loved every place I have visited and always share my photos on facebook Posted by Under_the_sea in Madagascar | Jan 18, 2013
  • More Mada pictures :)So i'm in the Netherlands now for the holidays and i figured it should show another side of Mada...the beautiful beaches and awesome stone forests :) I Tananarive, Arnaud and I played Petanque with some locals (and beat them!) I ate Posted by dutchnomad in Finding a nook at noon | Jan 7, 2013
  • TanaI’ve been avoiding writing an entry for Antananarivo. I’m not sure if it has to do with the fact that it coincided with my first experience of severe heartburn, the imposing mood of a fellow traveller who’d passed his best-before Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Feb 10, 2012
  • Mora MoraI even feel slow. It’s a pity about the cyclone, but had we got the train, most of the nature part of this trip would have been compromised and we probably would have complained about the 12 hours the train Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Feb 10, 2012
  • FoodGoing against an unfortunate recommendation to avoid Zebu, that’s pretty much what we ate. Zebu is just a misleading name for what look like Nguni cows or the sacred herds in India (from which they are actually descended). They taste Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Feb 10, 2012
  • Look, it’s raining. Part Two.Today we did a 10km walk through the south part of [[http://www.parcs-madagascar.com/fiche-aire-protegee_en.php?Ap=18|I’Isalo]]. It was brilliant and a welcome relief after the leeches. It’s dryer, more rugged and expansive than Ranomafana, and we only sa Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Feb 9, 2012
  • Look, it’s raining. Part one.Yesterday we drove roughly 7 and a half hours south from [[http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Ranomafana,+Fianarantsoa,+Madagascar&hl=en&ll=-21.279137,47.445831&spn=0.651349,1.120605&sll=-22.55827,45.412651&sspn=0.161381,0.280151&oq=Ranomafana&hnear=Ranomafana Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Feb 9, 2012
  • LeechesAdmittedly, the prospect of a 6 hour rain forest hike didn’t quite appeal to me with a dodgy, sore stomach and the prospect of leeches. But that’s what we did. And leeches, there were plenty. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/253962/DSC08085.j Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Feb 9, 2012
  • Bon Voyage: Part 2We remained stationary for probably another hour. During this time, the engine stopped again. More local kids hassled us through the windows or while we wandered the redundant tracks. A few Vaza (white people) had decided to leave the train Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Feb 2, 2012
  • Bon Voyage: Part 1I suppose it is the only “running” train for a reason. I’m not sure how sustainable a country of buggered trains would be, whereas one should be easy enough to manage... I have what we have named Makily kily belly. This Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Feb 2, 2012
  • Road Trip: Day 1We altered our itinerary and decided to get long drives out of the way first, which meant today entailed a 7 hour drive from [[http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Antananarivo,+Madagascar&hl=en&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=35.410182,77.431641&oq=antananarivo,+ma Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Feb 1, 2012
  • The FlightThrow out any rules you know of air travel back home. * You may not make it to the airport on time. Your taxi may be running on very reserve and may lose all power on a wet uphill, which Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Jan 26, 2012
  • Day 5It’s starting to feel like Survivor. And a New Year’s hangover doesn’t help. Where should I start? Two buckets of joy have just arrived on our Bungalow stoep. We’re back at Mahalina. It’s hot. And if it is going to rain, it’s Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Jan 26, 2012
  • Eat. Sleep. Fish. Swim.That’s all we do. It’s that simple and I’m quite fond of it. When we’re not doing that, we're drinking some of the 78kg of alcohol we hauled over and playing cards. Or feeling the sway of the boat. Or Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Jan 26, 2012
  • Back to Nosy BeWe were told to get to the ferry in Ankify by 9:30am. This required a 5:30am wake-up to ensure this. I lie, it required a 5:30am wake up to ensure this provided I wasn’t driving. We successfully got back to Posted by JayneHol in Mora Mora Madagascar | Jan 26, 2012
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