Tag: Lake Ampitabe

Madagascar. – Hotel Palmarium – arriving as a stranger, leaving as a friend. That’s when…

Madagascar. – Truth is, I don’t think I have ever seen or been in such…

Madagascar. – The day had come for me to leave the Palmarium Hotel and head…

Madagascar. – The children of Andranokoditra. While I waited for my boat transfer back to t…

Madagascar. – The children of Andranokoditra. The people of Andranokodrita – 1.

Madagascar. – The Andranokoditra fishing village is perched on a thin outcrop of land with Lake Ampitabe…

Madagascar. – Boat crossing from the beach back to Hotel Palmarium. Children on the boat. 

Madagascar. – Found these beyond cool insect eating pitcher plants. They produce their own liquid…

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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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