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  1. #1997

    Recoup

    It's been a few months now since my last adventure in the land of love, just want to write down one of my most memorable encounters to give you guys a sense of what are some possibilities:

    I came in to Nosy Be, booked a place I thought was on Nosy Be but turned out to be an hour boat ride away on the mainland! Anyways, got a super, duper, paradisaical place. Traditional Malagasy home with all the comforts, tea / coffee / whatever was my pleasure served in the morning, local arrange (fruits soaking in local rum for months) in the afternoons / evenings. The best fish I've yet had in my life, always. In the forest (or at least, what was then the forest. While I was there I saw more than a few plots of great big beautiful forest being chopped down and burnt to plant, of all things, rice. The Malagasy have quite an obsession with it.) Took dips in the sea just in front of the traditional house, water warmer than the Caribbean, warm like a warm bath, and, I kept asking and being told, "no sharks!

    Anyways, most memorable encounter came my last night there before I left to explore more of the mainland. The grounds-keeper, a local, kept telling me, every day, for almost 2 weeks in broken French, "hey! Camaraderie! The women! The women are pretty here! Do you want a woman?" And me, not being keen on upsetting my host, and wanting to continue my adventures to the bigger cities minus any potential complications, kept telling him thank you, but no, and definitely again, no. Well, surprise surprise, guess who I see my last evening there but a very beautiful woman dressed exceptionally well for those parts (really in the Bush) just staring at me staring at her from about 100 feet away. She comes down and enters the grounds and is met by the grounds-keeper and I wonder if it is one of his relatives (I had no idea he'd actually arranged for her to come for me). He comes over to my place excitedly but in a whisper, telling me that he's arranged for the woman I've just seen to spend the night with me, but that she will come once it's dark and my host can't see her come into the main grounds and out of the grounds keeper's hut. I tell him again, thank you, and she's really pretty, but no! I didn't want to get in trouble with my host. He tells me OK. But sure enough, once dinner is finished and it is dark, he comes back again, telling me this time "camarade, it's a problem, she cannot stay with me in my small hut and it is too far and dark for her to go back to her home. Can she stay with you?" I'm not very adverse to the idea. I have a big bed and imagine it wouldn't be hard to fall asleep with two on it. So I go over to his little hut and meet this young lady. I check her identity card and find that it's her and not her sisters or something and she's just about to turn 19, and take a picture of it too (no chance of any surprises happening later on). So, her and I sneak back to my place. She speaks no French. I speak almost no Malagasy. I show her some movies on my laptop (I think she might be very interested in them, she lives after all, in what appears to be a place with almost medieval-level technology). I ask her after a few minutes if she's tired. She says no. I tell her I am. I turn out the lights. We put up the mosquito net. And both lie down on the bed. She seems discontent. She tosses and turns. I can't sleep. I turn to her. We look into each other's eyes for what seems like an hour. I haven't forgotten that I'm extremely attracted to her. And I slowly, gently, searching her eyes and her body language for her consent, cuddle with her. She seems more content. We continue to look into each others eyes, now with me staring into her while on top of her, taking care not to squish her. We spend. In each others eyes, some of the most beautiful moments I have ever, if ever, experienced in my life with another human being. We kiss. Slowly at first. And then more passionately. I know now that she has me. I am not going to think about tomorrow. At least not much. I am not thinking about my host. I am not thinking about complications. It's just her, and me, and our eyes, and we meet. I can hardly see her but for her bright eyes. It's pitch black in our hut, and she is almost as dark. We spend hours together just looking into one another's eyes, cuddling, and kissing. Finally, after what seems like 3 hours, I remove her clothes and enter her, and am struck profoundly by how delicate she feels. I have never, ever, experienced a woman who embraced me with her sex so tightly and lovingly. She is tighter than the women who were virgins I had before. I experience the most beautiful moments I have ever experienced together with her. Looking into each other's eyes. Just her and me and our feeling. Unable to speak the same language and yet speaking beyond it. When the very very early morning comes, and it is time for me to take my taxi bus into town (at 3 AM) she walks with me and the groundskeeper whose help I had so adamantly before denied, and now more fervently thanked. She came together with me as a lover. We embraced as two who have fallen in love up until the moment I left. But she has never stopped embracing my heart. I watched a documentary on the desert war, in North Africa during World War II, the war between Rommel and the Commonwealth troops gathered to oppose him, and one of the British soldiers, now in his 90's but very very sharp recalls his visit to Cairo, and his encounter with an enchantingly beautiful prostitute he met there. His recollection of their encounter at first awed me, (I didn't know people in that era were "supposed to be" like that), his honesty impressed me, but more than anything else, at the end of recounting his tale of such a profound romance of just one night spent together with this prostitute he met in Egypt while on rest from the front all those years ago, and a tear rolled down his cheek, at 90 something years old, I too remembered my encounter with this woman in the wilds of Madagascar, far away from home like he, yet, most perfectly at home and in love for that one night. As he said in this documentary I watched, it was an experience that has never left him and still causes him to shed a tear, 70 years later. He touched me profoundly because I recognized myself and my love in his story as well. We are different people, in different eras, in different places, but with exactly the same emotions. It is an experience that will not leave me I think so long as I am alive in this life. And I would not trade it for the world. Anyways, Madagascar is a place of adventure above all. It is Africa, but it is so very uniquely Madagascar. - Walu.

  2. #1996

    Traveling in Mada without too much discomfort

    I 'traveled' in Mada last June. Took Cotisse from Tana to Tamatave, which was recommended on this site. Yes, Cotisse is well organized and offers probably the best overland service. Even so, after some 8 hours or more in a small mini van, cramped for space, and with lots of mountain serpentine which had several passengers vomiting, I was not looking for the same displeasure for the return trip. Took 'business' class back to Tana. 'Business' class because of ampler allowance for luggage (which in the end they didn't seem to check and weigh anyway, as far as I could determine). Because of seemingly permanent rain and because of lack of comfortable options to travel around, I felt I'd better stay in Tamatave and make the most of it for the three week period of my stay then. I am working on a more extensive report.

    Now I plan to visit in October, heading, if not too uncomfortable or pricy, for Tamatave, Sambava, Antalaha, and Diego Suarez. I can stand 4-5 hours in minivan maximally. Otherwise I'd prefer air travel. What would be my best itinerary and air prices? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

  3. #1995
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    I admit that I did travel to Cuba but could feel I could not get the sweet hot chicas but only the hardcore pros
    I am in Vietnam, Holly shit. They don't allow girls into hotel and the girls don't want to get fucked. They think after love will come sex. No love No sex. I am using badoo, Tinder, and Wechat (tell you by GPS who near you so you can chat). Super models for 50 USD per hour or 100 USD per night. No money no honey.

    My Tana girls went with me with no complains to the shit hole called "Hotel Raphia" which used by dogs. No word of complain. Did everything including bargaining, Taxis etc. Didn't asked nothing. They We moved to Resident Mareva".

    When I left she hot Galaxi S5 and Tons of women fashion clothes I brought from Pattaya. So where in Asia you can find this kind of girls? No-ware.

  4. #1994
    Quote Originally Posted by Karl84  [View Original Post]
    However, I disagree with the assertion that one should not go to Mada without being able to speak French. You can still go to Nosy Be and have a hilarious amount of fun. Of course they will overcharge you even more and you won't see the authentic Mada but what the fuck you will still get so many great fucks for (from western point of view) cheap money. And add to that great weather and an amazing scenery.
    Nosy Be and Tana Glacier disco is more like Pattaya but not the Mada I feel comfortable in.

    I admit that I did travel to Cuba but could feel I could not get the sweet hot chicas but only the hardcore pros because my Spanish is limited to una cerveza por favor. Same refers to Mada and French.

  5. #1993
    Quote Originally Posted by Karl84  [View Original Post]
    I disagree with the assertion that one should not go to Mada without being able to speak French.
    How do you speak? Do you get friends? Do you joke with the locals?

    My best experience was my local FB girl from Tana.

    Anyway I am thinking about Tolier for my next Trip combined with Mombasa. Almost same price from BKK for both destination.

  6. #1992
    Quote Originally Posted by DonOmar  [View Original Post]
    Yes, I told you to stay home if you can't speak or don't know how to speak.

    9. you will get the best room in Tana and the owner will be your friend

    Its a colonial villa with "home stay" feel. "residence Mareva" this is it. Again you need basic French and some sort of skills.
    Do, I love the style of your posts and your tips. Thank you bro!

    Advice on negotiation tactic received and understood. Can confirm that this tactic generally works very fine. If you know the price for sth (maybe from prior experience or from asking some other! Local or exist) you really should just do it and afterwards lazily hand over the correct amount. E. g. , when I was using a taxi in Tana, when asking the driver they insisted on 7000, 8000, 10000 AR. But for within city trips without too much uphill travel (seems to affect the price) 4000 or 5000 is a sum they accept without complaints.

    However, I disagree with the assertion that one should not go to Mada without being able to speak French. You can still go to Nosy Be and have a hilarious amount of fun. Of course they will overcharge you even more and you won't see the authentic Mada but what the fuck you will still get so many great fucks for (from western point of view) cheap money. And add to that great weather and an amazing scenery.

  7. #1991

    Meeting at Tamatave

    Hello everybody,

    After "vanilla coast" will be at Tamatave.

    Nobody there? PM me.

    Thanks.

  8. #1990
    Quote Originally Posted by Karl84  [View Original Post]
    Uhhh, they wanted more than 100 k AR from me. Maybe I misunderstood something?
    Yes, I told you to stay home if you can't speak or don't know how to speak.

    Many factors effect the price. As a rule do that:

    1. Deal directly with the owner not a middle man.

    2. don't ask how much.

    3. tell your story-You came for a week stay you like Tana but you are very disappointing from you previous hotel.

    4. they will show you the lowest grade rooms they have which is on ground floor.

    5. smile say nice room but you like to see the upper floor and don't wait for response. Lead them upstairs. They will tell you rooms up are full but its not.

    6. after you impress with the best room on top floor the owner will tell you that the price is 85 k.

    7. say you can pay 70 k because this is what you pay at "Sole" hotel.

    8. take out the money don't wait for response put on the table.

    9. you will get the best room in Tana and the owner will be your friend.

    Remember is not an hotel!

    Its a colonial villa with "home stay" feel. "residence Mareva" this is it. Again you need basic French and some sort of skills.

  9. #1989
    Quote Originally Posted by DonOmar  [View Original Post]
    Hotel Colbert ask 100 euro per night. Don't pay.

    Google map "Saint-Germain, Rue Est Ravelontsalama, Antananarivo, Madagascar" there is a colonial villa with room that outperform Colbert for a fraction of a price. This room we didn't want to leave.

    The name is residence Mareva. The sign is so small that you can easily miss. Look very carefully.

    Tana best kept secret period. Its not hotel its a home stay. Very fancy.

    Thank me latter.
    Uhhh, they wanted more than 100 k AR from me. Maybe I misunderstood something? Anyway, now staying in LE Lotus Bleu (quite rooms, thick blankets for cold nights) with rooms from 60 k AR up.

    Haha, the price level in Mada has spoiled me.

    Nosy Be reports and a Mada as a non French speaking monger thoughts will follow during the next days.

  10. #1988
    LE Bouef is open but nothing special.

    From my point of view. Mangily worth a try. It's so closed. Less than 1 hour. ! Sure weekends work better. But this is the same like rest I Tulear.

    Tulear just push in Tam Tam and Tata Djambe. You will find your fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by SouthEaster  [View Original Post]
    Internet is working so thought do it now. Arrived for my first time a couple days ago. First impressions flat dusty hotter than most places and pretty quiet. Found my way down to the waterfront (so to speak and met a girl in Dromedary which seems to be something like La Terrace in Tamatave. Busy expat bar with FL slowly drifting in around 7-8 PM. She must be somewhat new to the game as she spoke less French than me and I don't speak much! Anyway new or not she was good value, knew what to do and very pleasant. Only difficult part was getting rid of her after the deed. I find that most girls want to hang around, I'm guessing they hope they can turn it into a long term thing until you go..

  11. #1987

    Short report Tulear

    Internet is working so thought do it now. Arrived for my first time a couple days ago. First impressions flat dusty hotter than most places and pretty quiet. Found my way down to the waterfront (so to speak and met a girl in Dromedary which seems to be something like La Terrace in Tamatave. Busy expat bar with FL slowly drifting in around 7-8 PM. She must be somewhat new to the game as she spoke less French than me and I don't speak much! Anyway new or not she was good value, knew what to do and very pleasant. Only difficult part was getting rid of her after the deed. I find that most girls want to hang around, I'm guessing they hope they can turn it into a long term thing until you go.

    I recall that La Bouef was apparently like Dromedary (correct?) but was informed by a girl at the cheap Malagasy place next door that it is "vacant". Don't know if that means the place has been abandoned or is up for sale.

    I am getting tired of moving around and have 6 more days. Would I be crazy to skip Mangily or is it a must see destination? I even broke down and am flying both ways from Tulear. Could not face 2 more 20 hour taxi brousse trips, especially overnight.

    Info. No MCB here.

    Southeaster.

  12. #1986
    Quote Originally Posted by JoePerez  [View Original Post]
    I'll solve it. I hope not by a Taxi brousse.

    How was quality and % in Zanzibar 1 and 2? Are they opened all week or just the weekends?
    Zanzibar 1 is in town as 2 is in the way to airport. Night is completely dark as no streetlights so I went early just to see the place but its operates at weekends only.

    "LE Coco beach" is the best hotel 70/90 k for a night with restaurant but its a bit out of center and is fully booked with Some tourist NGO, researcher etc. Instead I took a local place in the center of the village for 10 k or so but some Cockroaches. Don't forget it is a jungle. So go to Coco beach.

    For Mananara try Volume 5 next to orange shop.

  13. #1985
    Tulear. Good as usual.

    I found safety a little better. I was even stopped by police in the nightime (first time in Tulear; it happened several time in Tana, Tamatave and Mahajangha but never before in Tulear). And I found also some chiefs of districts around the town during the nights.

    Good fun to pick up a 19th in Tata Djambe at opening hour (9,30 pm) and a Rasta girl of 20th at 6 pm In a bar in that area.

    The (in) famous Zaza is closed but still there is enough to do.

    Thanks for the advice on Maroantsetra but I think I'll fly just once. The way back I found Melissa express from mananara but they don't make service between the 2 towns and this is a problem. I'll solve it. I hope not by a Taxi brousse.

    How was quality and % in Zanzibar 1 and 2? Are they opened all week or just the weekends?

    Quote Originally Posted by DonOmar  [View Original Post]
    Maroantsetra- a village, nothing there you must book a return ticket or you will not be able to come back. The local air-mad office know nothing about flights and they will send you to the airport to get a flight even if they say its full its not.

    As there is absolutely nothing in that jungle village you can try Zanzibar 1 and Zanzibar 2 Disco.

    How did you find Tulier this time?

  14. #1984
    Quote Originally Posted by JoePerez  [View Original Post]
    Ah OK.

    I I'm leaving now to give a try on Mananara and Maroantsetra.

    Some recent updates to share?
    Maroantsetra- a village, nothing there you must book a return ticket or you will not be able to come back. The local air-mad office know nothing about flights and they will send you to the airport to get a flight even if they say its full its not.

    As there is absolutely nothing in that jungle village you can try Zanzibar 1 and Zanzibar 2 Disco.

    How did you find Tulier this time?

  15. #1983
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Corto Maltese is the restaurant name. Everyone knows it.
    Ah OK.

    I know Corto Maltese.

    Best Italian food in town. However from my point of view nothing special but worth a try.

    I'm sorry SouthEastern. I'm leaving now to give a try on Mananara and Maroantsetra.

    Some recent updates to share?

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