I spent two weeks bicycling in Madagascar, one of the poorest countries in the world. But one full of beauty, whether it's the local children in the tiniest of villages, or the lemurs springing from one tree to the next, or the expansive savannas where, as far as I could see, there was nothing but sky, clouds and tall grasses, or the lush rainforest that the locals call the dark forest where an array of chameleons can be spied at night, or the curiously hued rock formations surrounding steaming geysers. This YouTube video slideshow provides a window into my journey.
Sunday, July 2, 2017
Madagascar In Pictures
Posted by J The Travel Authority at 11:14 AM
Labels: Africa, cycling, forest, Madagascar, nature, rainforest, travel, trees
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