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  1. #1950

    Trolls

    Just arrived in Tana in the night. At immigration they asked about yellow fever vaccination where I checked the "no" box. Was afraid this would cause complications but the health counter lady didn't bother. Buying the via in EUR is easy, they even turned the change in EUR. Was fucking cold at night so I definitely need a warmer pillow this time;.

    Not speaking French definitely limits options but a translator app and esp the new ones that can even "read" photos makes the challenges in Tana acceptable so far.

    Yes, trading six days vs 400 eur is a tough decision. Likely I'll fly on the return leg.

    The sandwich I am reading now I could purchase in English. Next stop hotel Colbert. Let the mongering begin.

  2. #1949
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    Karl,

    What the. O. Means is that if you don't speak French at all, don't go-or if then only to the big international resorts with a group tour.

    Tana to NB = 2 days by taxi brousse plus the ferry to Hellville with waiting another day. Return the same = 6 days. Just consider how much your vacation is worth 6 wasted days?

    Perhaps check on routard.com for touristic questions.
    Exactly!

    But its also seems to me that all the new members seeking help on Mada eventually canceling their intended trip, Trolling. Asking questions that already discussed to dead and more important don't post anything valuable in return. Some also pretend to visit Mada by posting reusing others members posts.

  3. #1948
    Quote Originally Posted by DonOmar  [View Original Post]
    They speak fluent English and can advice you with everything.

    Good luck with your trip.
    Karl,

    What the. O. Means is that if you don't speak French at all, don't go-or if then only to the big international resorts with a group tour.

    Tana to NB = 2 days by taxi brousse plus the ferry to Hellville with waiting another day. Return the same = 6 days. Just consider how much your vacation is worth 6 wasted days?

    Perhaps check on routard.com for touristic questions.

  4. #1947

    Repotrs and photos

    True there are no photos of my "conquests". First I am not currently a paid member and do not have the ability to post them. Second, I don't take pictures of the girls I have taken because I am not interested in it. The last photo I took of a girl was 13 years ago in Vietnam. As for reports, yes my last detailed one was of Diego, which was my favorite spot so far and completely at odds with your own opinion. Nosy Be. Did not like it much but took a drunken girl from the bar next to Belle Vue Hotel for 30,000 and she was OK but difficult to get rid of. I didn't fancy Nosy Be in part because of the number of real "tourists" there and was too lazy to head up to what is supposed to be better hunting at the beach. There did not seem to be as concentrated an area as In Diego where the girls stroll / hangout.

    Ambanja. Dusty shithole with nothing to offer except as a waypoint for transport.

    Majunga. I did finally get to Taxi Be and after 10 pm or so it starts to liven up. Met a girl who spoke a few words of English and after a THB for me and a coke for her we went to the hotel for an ST. I am not much of an all night fan and had to get up at 5:30 for the trip to Tana next day. I did not see much at the seaside but then again maybe my radar is broken.

    As for Tana, got there after dark and stayed at the Sole Hotel. If you like lots of beggars, would be pickpockets and hustlers in dark surroundings in the cold then this is the place for you. Could not wait to leave. The only saving grace was hookers on every corner. Sorry to disappoint but did not partake but if you are looking there can't be a bigger abundance anywhere in the country.

    We didn't exactly hear a whole lot out of you your last trip other than to say it's shit and you won't be going back. Your favorite place was Ramena which I agree is a nice spot but in your words a non mongering destination. Aside from photos, what exactly do you expect of me? If anybody wants more specific info I'll be happy to share it if I can. If I don't have a lot to say then I usually say little.

    Southeaster.

  5. #1946
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Seat next to the driver?
    Golfinho is right. 2 things I avoid in Africa like the Plague. Travel at Night. Whenever possible. And to seat next to the driver in first row. The best Spot is second row, which increases survivability in case of frontal crash. Exception Taxi Brousse Truck. Where I travel in the cabin.

    And choose the most reliable and comfortable bus service available!

    Neddy.

  6. #1945

    Free lance in TAMATAVE

    Quote Originally Posted by ===
    Will post again from Tamatave. I doubt I will have any problems getting laid there unless it has changed a great deal from 2 years ago. Anyone who has been recently that can recommend daytime FL hangouts? That's the one thing I had trouble locating on my last visit.

    Southeaster
    Hello,

    In Tamatave, You find Freelances in the evening mainly along the main beach avenue, foch and St Paul area and in the small unpaved streets (lalanpasika) and in strolling around the city at day time with a big smile! And you bring her to foul pointe when you find the right one!
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  7. #1944

    Ramena

    A fantastic fishing village 10 km away from Diego. Various activities including trip to Mer the'Emeraude with a boat. The captain came back with 50 kg of fish he got by spearfishing. Amazing experience.

    Unfortunately nothing much as far as mongering but few ladies propose massage and extra. Extremely cheap place to stay.

    If you download the photos right click- properties. Details you can see the date the photos were taken and more info such as camera type etc.

    SouthEaster? Now its your turn.
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  8. #1943
    Quote Originally Posted by SouthEaster  [View Original Post]
    tech wizards at Orange could not get the internet working on my phone
    But I hope that at least your camera is working. Because we saw o photos posted by yourself so your camera seems broken?

    Let me be clear so far you provide zero information for a person claim to be 3 weeks in Mada.

  9. #1942
    Quote Originally Posted by Karl84  [View Original Post]
    - How knowledgeable / useful are the Tana taxi drivers? Do some speak some little English?
    They speak fluent English and can advice you with everything.

    Good luck with your trip.

  10. #1941

    Mada for three weeks in September

    Hi guys,

    After working through the last year worth of posts in this thread, I have found some information but still some questions remain for a 50% mongering, 50% relaxing holiday.

    From some recent posts about theft and burglary it seems that Mada has become a little less safe. Esp. Tulear does not seem to be that easy to navigate safely (except maybe in taxis after dark and in hotels for 70 k+ MGA).

    Nosy Be: the Ambataloaka / Madriokely beach strip; "LE taxi-be", "LE billard" and the "beach bar" seem to be good sarging grounds. Hell-Ville seems to be pretty mixed with impressions.

    Tana during the day: "LE glacier", "LE Buffet Jardin" near the Hotel Colbert, avenue de l'Indpendance.

    Internet pre-sarging: tonga soa, badoo.

    Sim: get a local Orange sim.

    HIV risk is significant, but in UK and FR quick-tests can be purchased over the counter for roughly 25 EUR pp.

    For travel, bus Cotisse seems to be recommended.

    Open issues:

    - How to travel from Tana to Nosy Be without the horrendous airfares? How long would that take?

    - How to allocate three weeks between Tana, Nosy Be, and traveling / day trips?

    - How knowledgeable / useful are the Tana taxi drivers? Do some speak some little English?

  11. #1940
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Has it not ever occurred to you to: buy 2 seats?
    Seat next to the driver?
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  12. #1939
    Quote Originally Posted by SouthEaster  [View Original Post]
    In both cases I have the seat next to the driver.
    Although for TB this is a must, for private minivan its a bad idea most of the time. The sun will burn your face, no ware to run or hide. I always take the seat behind it.

    Let me be clear, Primers class has only two seats in each raw!

  13. #1938

    Location location

    Never considered saving a location on google maps. Unfortunately the tech wizards at Orange could not get the internet working on my phone anyway but I can live without it. You are right about timing. My problem is that by the time some of these places get going I am probably pissed and thinking more of sleep than wandering around looking for pussy. My fault of course but I am not and never was a late night type of guy. Hence my question about daytime venues in Tamatave. Still hoping for some intel on that.

    As for where I am staying, Continental hotel for 70000. It is fine, or as fine as Mada usually gets. Surprisingly only 200 metres from the Ravinala, which took me 3 attempts to find, twice during the day and once at night I finally succeeded yesterday afternoon so will try to stay up late enough to check it out! It is not exactly a well signed place and during the day and I suspect early evening you would not think anything was possibly happening there.

    As for transport, yes I bought 2 seats from Ambanja to Majunga but was far more concerned with being killed on the overnight drive. Within the space of 30 minutes we almost went off the road encountering a cow in the middle of it and then roaring up on an ox driven cart that we nearly rearended and missed literally by centimeters. Not for the faint of heart. As for the Majunga Tana trip the VIP has only one seat next to the driver. I suppose that is why fares are so high. The Tana to Tamatave run I have done before and for a 7 hour trip having the seat next to the window in the front is not so bad unless you get the fattest person in the country sitting next to you.

    Southeaster

  14. #1937
    Quote Originally Posted by DonOmar  [View Original Post]
    My friend, like any bar in the world its start to be active after 11 pm or midnight. Full of girls there you just don't know.

    You can't find it again? This a fundamentally the basic of any traveler trip management, just save location on google map in your phone and add a label which will be "Taxi-Be". Where did you stay how much did you pay.
    How can somebody get lost in a town like Majunga? That s impressive.

    I personally never used Google map in Mada and never needed it.

  15. #1936
    Quote Originally Posted by SouthEaster  [View Original Post]
    Cotisse from Majunga to Tana by VIP, 80000, then next day Tana to Tamatave 30000. Not VIP but "premium" which just means a few less people. In both cases I have the seat next to the driver...
    Has it not ever occurred to you to: buy 2 seats?

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