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  1. #1929
    Quote Originally Posted by Robin3910  [View Original Post]
    Can anyone suggest trusted company or privet driver to travel from Tana to Toamasina?
    Look out for one of the many white NGO-girls, for excample working for MercyShip. They ride very new posh 4 WD, and driving as they like all over Mada, paid by innocent Good doers hoping to help poor Malgaches.

    Or, go the the taxi brousse terminal for Tamatave and look for Bus Cotisse: a reliable company, Mercedes buses, seat reservation, no overload, Wifi on board, smooth riding.
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  2. #1928

    Info

    Cotisse offers prebooked Tana Tamatave taxis brousse top of the bunch and leave on time.

    DonOmar, currently on Majumnga and was wondering about the name of the club you took those great photos in. Can you provide please?

    Southeaster

  3. #1927
    Can anyone suggest trusted company or privet driver to travel from Tana to Toamasina?

  4. #1926
    Quote Originally Posted by LoveEastAsia  [View Original Post]
    Hello again,

    Yes by road it is the best way to find "friends", perhaps it is possible to make friend with hostesses on plane!

    .
    Did you ever go by taxi brousse those long distances squeezed in between farmers, chicken and bags of charcoal. ?

    Amilobe. Vohemar: that trip takes at least 12 hours and if theres rain, it may take 2 or 3 days, stuck at a broken bridge or a mud pad in the middle of nowhere. Be prepared!

    Here the official webiste for prices and taxi brousse durations: http://www.edbm.gov.mg/fr/Informatio...et-interurbain.

    If you want to have a rough ride, go to Diego within 2 days. Explore Diego and fly from there to Sambava. Tickets bought in Diego should not be more then 150 EU one way.
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  5. #1925

    Tana. Sambava Antahala by road

    Hello again,

    Yes by road it is the best way to find "friends", perhaps it is possible to make friend with hostesses on plane!

    Another example of what we can find on the road!

    But the goal of my next trip is also to "visit" Antahala, Andapa, Sambava and Brousse girls.

    Anybody there on September October? I am french, useless to say cause everybody has notice my poor English.

    Thanks again.
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  6. #1924

    Tana sambava by road

    - Day 1: Antananarivo Port Berger (perhaps I will stop one night / day at Majunga to see some friends!

    - Day 2: Port Berger Ambilobe.

    - Day 3: the track Ambilobe VohMar. Done in 8 hours if no rain.

    _Day 4: Vohemar sambava.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks beforehand.

  7. #1923
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    1) Only to Ile St Marie. You can try to ask around in Tamatave harbour
    There also to Mananara nord and Maroantsetra fro Tamatave. Melissa express boat.

  8. #1922
    Quote Originally Posted by LoveEastAsia  [View Original Post]
    Hello everybody,

    I am looking for the best way to go to Sambava Antahala from Tana Tamatave during the dry season September October.

    3 choices?

    1/ by air: the plane is too expensive, unreliable and uninteresting (Tana sambava 450 euros).

    2/ by car:4 X 4 is great. We can stop when we want, already took hitchhikers last year (see photo) ! (already experienced it last year on RN7 salary Manakara tamatave) but it costs too. Also expensive with 4 x 4 (40 Euros) petrol, hotel. Unless that anyone interested to share travel and expenses? Does someone have any experience on that trip?

    3/ by SEA: Someone gave me an hint and told me that it is possible to go by sea Tamatave Sambava or Antahala. Does someone already experience it? Which company? Where to book? Duration? Price?
    1) Tamatave. Sambava: AirMad has a flight stopping in Maroansetra. I did book last year at the Tamatave office for 190 EU in Biz Class. Eco would be 180 Eu, but was full. Its difficult to find the schedule on their webpage.

    2) Tamatave to Sambava by car not possible. The "road" ends in Maroansetra. From there a 3 day trek to Anthala and then on by car again.

    3) No vessel on a schedule. Only to Ile St Marie. You can try to ask around in Tamatave harbour to be a passenger on a small freighter. But be prepared for a tough ride.

  9. #1921

    The best way to go to Sambava Antahala from tana Tamatave on September October

    Hello everybody,

    I am looking for the best way to go to Sambava Antahala from Tana Tamatave during the dry season September October.

    3 choices?

    1/ by air: the plane is too expensive, unreliable and uninteresting (Tana sambava 450 euros).

    2/ by car:4 X 4 is great. We can stop when we want, already took hitchhikers last year (see photo) ! (already experienced it last year on RN7 salary Manakara tamatave) but it costs too. Also expensive with 4 x 4 (40 Euros) petrol, hotel. Unless that anyone interested to share travel and expenses? Does someone have any experience on that trip?

    3/ by SEA: Someone gave me an hint and told me that it is possible to go by sea Tamatave Sambava or Antahala. Does someone already experience it? Which company? Where to book? Duration? Price?

    Thanks beforehand.

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  10. #1920
    Quote Originally Posted by LoverAfrica  [View Original Post]
    One factor in my opinion is that each of you commenting is that you yourself have aged by ten years, this could also be a reason for not being as successful in pulling non pros as you used to.

    I am in my fifties and am experiencing this in SA or in any African country I visit.
    .
    Your assumption is absolutely incorrect!

    My first visit to Mada is 15 years back. I am many years your senior, but still don't have any problem finding "les filles" to join me for an hour, a night or a week as this happy young student from Toamasina:
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  11. #1919
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    I got stuck without cash in tulear last December when the ATM's either did not work or ran out of money..
    I was in Nosy Be absolutely no Problem to change in the street near market. The rate was better than in Tana in the Bank - because they don't pay what's written on the board - they will take a commission: about 5%!

  12. #1918

    No longer paradise

    Golfino, Amadeus and Donomar are all seasoned Madagascar vets so my views as a 2 time visitor may let some newcomers see things from a newbie perspective.

    If I may add something from a different point of view.

    I reside in South Africa have never been to Mada but read the posts with interest.

    One factor in my opinion is that each of you commenting is that you yourself have aged by ten years, this could also be a reason for not being as successful in pulling non pros as you used to.

    I am in my fifties and am experiencing this in SA or in any African country I visit.

    Great reports.

    LA.

  13. #1917
    Quote Originally Posted by DonOmar  [View Original Post]
    half day in waiting line in Mada ATM. .
    I got stuck without cash in tulear last December when the ATM's either did not work or ran out of money. Never again. Had to change $ and with the thieving Hindus at robbery exchange rate. Never again.

    Correction: Airlink ticket exchange fee was $10.70.

  14. #1916
    Quote Originally Posted by DesiBoyz  [View Original Post]
    Grow up bro. Using racist words like STINKY for Hindus simply paint you as a racist pig. I'm a Hindu myself from Mauritius and I can guarantee that I smell better than you. Know why? Because racist thugs like you STINK!
    Not all stink. In Tana, we stay at the Hindu-owned Central Hotel which hosts various type of sub-Continentals yet manages to maintain a hygienic standard.

  15. #1915

    No longer paradise

    Golfino, Amadeus and Donomar are all seasoned Madagascar vets so my views as a 2 time visitor may let some newcomers see things fro a newbie perspective. I won't bother with the expense and language issues. They have been done already.

    I have spent 10 days in Diego and have to say I had a good if not great time. I never knew the non pro days (if there is truly such a thing, enough said) he sadly recalls but after my time there and seeing what is on offer I would return. There are heaps of freelancers and as I said earlier most are not to my taste but you cannot help but find something decent after a couple of days, as I did. Sweet 22 year old, no kids GFE to the max right down to I love you and tears when we part. Not really my thing but hey better than some cold heart. She has lost her "patron" and is trying hard to find another. We communicated in a mix of mostly forgotten high school French and pidgin English. Granted perhaps I got lucky but there were plenty more very tasty girls around if you wait and watch. DonOmar says it's over. I say give it a try. I know what it is like to see the heyday gone and am pissed off every time I visit the PI and knew what it was like in the 80's and 90's. Same as Cambodia for the 90's and 2000's and Thailand for the 70's and 80's. Gone and never to return. But if you have never been to Mada before, don't mind pros for a great price and have a bit (OK a lot!) of patience try it. Pattaya or AC it's not. If that is what you are used to don't bother. It's like new guys going to AC, they think it's wonderful, never having known the true paradise it was in the 80's.

    If you are up for an adventure and new horizons it might be for you. On the other hand as Amadeus believes, maybe I should be discouraging people from coming so they don't fuck it up even further! Best words of advice, don't come for 2 weeks. You need time and patience.

    Southeaster

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