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Madagascar Sleeping

Madagascar Underground Hostel: Home in Antananarivo

By on July 21, 2016

I have to be honest. I do not like Antananarivo very much. As far as capital cities go it sits close to rock bottom on my list. It is dirty, crowded and boring. It definitely has corners of interest but they are few and far between. If you are visiting…



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Madagascar Wining and Dining

L’Oriental: Hummus, Hukkah and Happiness in Antananarivo

By on December 18, 2015

Hummus. The dip of all  dips. The highest form of the chickpea. The elixir of vegan life. Oh how I had missed hummus.

It had been months since my favourite food had touched my lips and I was in more lust for the puree than ever before. But during a visit…



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Stranded in Sambava: Visiting the Minister and an Emergency Evacuation

By on December 17, 2015

When we were planning our grand adventure across the Northeast coast of Madagascar we pictured pristine beaches, jungle hiking, and cozy camping… But reality did not quite meet our expectations…

Instead of beaches, jungles and cozy cuddling camping we got typhoid fever, hospital visits and an emergency evacuation.

We had arrived…

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Kat Knapp

Hello! I am a 22-year old Australian currently training to be a pilot and studying journalism and sociology I have visited 69 countries across all 7 continents and love to explore. Here is where I share my adventures.