Madagascar & Comoros

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Lonely Planet, 2008 - Travel - 320 pages
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Reading this guide gave me the impression that the authors didn't see much of interest about Madagascar apart from its ecological wealth and didn't expect any visitors to appreciate this country's unique culture or rich history either. My feelings swung between incredulous and annoyed for several weeks as I needlessly subjected myself to inaccurate information and the authors' incomprehensible apathy. Finally I decided to make my backpack that much lighter by leaving it in the hotel trash.
Madagascar deserves much better than this, and so do travelers to Madagascar. Fortunately, there's the Bradt guide.
 

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