Letters from Madagascar: Fort Dauphin; An Introduction

I have always wanted to visit Madagascar…

Wanderlust Nation


Fort Dauphin is an island in the far South East of Madagascar.  It is located on a peninsula (the French word is presqu’île, which is one degree closer to an island than a peninsula) which juts into the Indian Ocean.  So, no matter where I am in the city, I can see the ocean.  I am always a ten minute walk, at most, from a beach.  The water is beautiful, turquoise, and clear.  It is also incredibly powerful, and one has to be careful when they swim.  I have never seen waves as large as the ones I have seen along beaches in and around Fort Dauphin.  They are beautiful, from a distance.

September is the windy month in Fort Dauphin, so for the most part it has been beautifully cool and extremely windy here.  As the end of September approaches, it is beginning to warm up, and the days…

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About carolemccall

I am an Author,Life Coach,NLP Trainer and Pyschotherapist .My first book The Fourth Generation is about my family and goes back 100 years. My second book The Lotus Generation is an amusing account of my life when I lived in Spain next door to my sister.I also did a lot of travelling around the world.There are two more books in the series.The third book The Boomer generation is out in May 2015. I am a Granny to seven small people and live in Tunbridge Wells with my husband and small white dog called Stella.
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1 Response to Letters from Madagascar: Fort Dauphin; An Introduction

  1. Wanderluster says:

    Thanks for reblogging and check in every Monday (for at least the next month) for more stories from Hannah from Madagascar!


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