Photos of Antananarivo, Tanarive, or more simply, Tana

While I know that many of you want to hear stories about my mission, I also know that almost all of you want to see more photos, so I thought I would give you some shots of my two days in Tana.

View of the water, including rice, from our guest house.

View of the water, including rice, from our guest house.

Bananas growing outside the guest house

Bananas growing outside the guest house

Local bus - one person hangs out the back to allow passengers to board when it stop!

Local bus – one person hangs out the back to allow passengers to board when it stop!

While visiting the Queen's Palace, I snapped a photo of some children at the statue - soon I had a crowd wanting their photo taken!

While visiting the Queen’s Palace, I snapped a photo of some children at the statue – soon I had a crowd wanting their photo taken!

View of Tana from the Queen's Palace, the highest point in Tana.

View of Tana from the Queen’s Palace, the highest point in Tana.

The ubiquitous red clay is used to make bricks and often sold from the roadside.

The ubiquitous red clay is used to make bricks and often sold from the roadside.

Believe it or not, the stone you see is granite - mined by hand by the locals - also used to dry their laundry!

Believe it or not, the stone you see is granite – mined by hand by the locals – also used to dry their laundry!

Photo of the traveller's palm - a feature of the Madagascar flag

Photo of the traveller’s palm – a feature of the Madagascar flag

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