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Nosy Be Chez Gerard Francine
Madagascar

http://www.gerard-et-francine.com

C'est sur cette belle plage d'Ambatoloaka à Nosy Be, entretenue chaque jour, que l'Hotel Gérard & Francine a été construit en 1988 dans un jardin tropical de fleurs et de palmiers où se retrouvent en liberté, lémuriens, colibris et caméléons.

On this beautiful beach Ambatoloaka in Nosy Be, maintained every day, the Hotel Gerard & Francine was built in 1988 in a tropical garden of flowers and palm trees which are found in liberty, lemurs, chameleons and hummingbirds .

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Copyright: Christian Bersano
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Taken: 09/10/2011
Uploaded: 14/06/2012
Updated: 22/04/2014
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Tags: madagascar; nosy be; hotel; chez gérard & francine; beach; garden; monkey
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