This is Cap D'Ambre (Amber Cape) at the top end of Madagascar as we rounded it late in the afternoon. We had the current and wind with us and caught the end of the incoming tide, so we couldn't have had it much better. This cape can be really snotty if you get wind or tide against the current. We had at least a 3-knot current pushing us around. We ended up surfing down some of these waves as we turned the corner to head south. That can be a bit exciting when the boat gets a bit sideways to one of these waves.
Jason watching our progress from the bow as we head up from Ile Sainte-Marie to make the rounding of the cape. He was watching dolphins or whales.
A Zebu cow with calf on the edge of the school grounds.
Another overloaded local ferry boat at the dock in Nosy Be. All that stuff gets offloaded by hand.
Jason likes these old Renault CL cars. They are tiny and under-powered and still common here.