Hello Klaus, Hello Fara, dear guests! Africa should not be lumped together, but the sub-Saharan region certainly has one thing in common: it can just be tight, especially when you get off the beaten track, which... Read more
Hello Klaus, Hello Fara, dear guests!
Africa should not be lumped together, but the sub-Saharan region certainly has one thing in common: it can also be narrow, especially if you go away from the beaten track, which I had in mind. By bike the RN5 to Maroantsetra and further without road to Antalaha and back to Tana. There is not much on the Internet, especially not for cyclists. Many think it is not possible. At home all mean, one is crazy. Klaus means, well, it does, so in principle. You just have to consider a few things. How do you divide the route. Where are there overnight accommodations and how are they. How is the road, road would be really exaggerated and Rue National is a joke. Sand, stones slush, ... When is it feasible. When does the rain come. How are the rivers to cross. How does it look with water and food, where can you set up a time and what must be considered, etc.. Surely Klaus does not know everything, but he knows a lot and if he does not know it, he knows the one who knows it and he in turn knows a lot and also steps into action, which then of course also costs something, but through which this little adventure becomes and became manageable for me as a normal person and an unforgettable experience in my life. Klaus has made this possible with his family and his people, while still serving a glass of wonderful red wine. Do I need more words, or longer sentences? I think not. So to you Klaus a big thank you and to you guests unforgettable moments in Madagascar.... Collapse