Tag: Madagascar

Madagascar. – Thank you all for the interest and warm commentary on my Madagascan posts. There…

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Madagascar. – Antananarivo. With one of the traders at the market. This lady was the seller…

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Madagascar. – Antananarivo. Walking with my guide around L’Avenue de l’Independence. The wooden stamps. Pastries. Greens, eggs,…

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Madagascar. – Antananarivo. The ‘Black Angel’ statue in the middle of Lake Anosy. The country’s most famous monument, erected in 1927…

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Madagascar. – Antananarivo. The more famous landmark buildings. The Palace of the Prime Minster. The ‘Queen’s Palace’…

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Madagascar. – Antananarivo. I can’t help it. At the risk of repeating myself, I post more photos…

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Madagascar. – Antananarivo. The ‘Black Angel’ statue in the middle of Lake Anosy. The country’s most famous monument, erected in…

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Madagascar. – My last night in Madagascar was spent in Antananarivo’s old town atop the Red Hill,…

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Madagascar. – Heading back to Antananarivo involved a boat trip and seven hour car drive…

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Dawn Jorgensen is The Incidental Tourist

The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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