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18th December 2015
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all the rusted signs we ignore throughout our lives, choosing the shiny ones instead, i turned my back, now there's no turning back
amongst all the planning that me and my friend tried to do in preparation for madagascar there were two things which hit the top of our list. one was to see lemurs and the other was to visit tsingy de bemaraha national park. now i've seen lots of awesome landscapes in my extensive journey across south america, but when i made it to tsingy it truly was something else. i felt like i'd arrived on an alien landscape as i literally walked over bridges suspended above a pit of spikes. oh and did i mention that there were lemurs there as well. by the end of my second full day in the country i already had two ticks on my checklist and was full of excitement for what would come next.

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18/12/2015
now there's no turning back - extra image
amongst all the planning that me and my friend tried to do in preparation for madagascar there were two things which hit the top of our list. one was to see lemurs and the other was to visit tsingy de bemaraha national park. now i've seen lots of awesome landscapes in my extensive journey across south america, but when i made it to tsingy it truly was something else. i felt like i'd arrived on an alien landscape as i literally walked over bridges suspended above a pit of spikes. oh and did i mention that there were lemurs there as well. by the end of my second full day in the country i already had two ticks on my checklist and was full of excitement for what would come next.

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