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... where 12 million people, now there are 22 million. That rate of growth is not sustainable. We have met many wonderful people throughout this trip who are doing some incredible things to help with conservation, they are truly inspiring. I would love to be the optimist and think that it is not too late, but it seems like the impossible task to stop the already very advanced chain of destruction. It is estimated that Madagascar has already lost 90% of its ...
... have been here before. There are mangoes and pineapple and bananas in the street market and it is Africa and South Asia and Polynesia and more. The French were here which means they have a baguette and a croissant for breakfast but it's not French. It is Madagascar. I am one lucky girl.
Love to you all. Thanks for wanting to take this trip with me. Maxine
p.s. Please let me know if you can open the video. I have lots of videos that I can send if this works.
In a book written by a past YAGM volunteering in Uruguay, called How Coffee Saved My Life And Other Stories of Stumbling to Grace, the author makes a list of what made her year in Uruguay a successful one in her own eyes. Reading her list, I think this is a worthwhile exercise to reflect on my year in Madagascar, which I believe to be ...
... at flights on the community computer. Frustrated at the price of a 1 way ticket, I asked how long it would take to go by bus. She explained that ideally, it would be 12 hours. However, it is Madagascar and well, things don’t always go as planned. That said, she told me where to go and what to ask for, as well as booking my reservation for Wednesday.
She showed me where my room was and explained I got an really great upgrade to a double bed. That was after walking up ...
... Half the family speaks English very well, and they are all so loving and full of joy. The whole family eats at a large dinner table together, and the meal times are filled with laughter and good conversation. It was fun to see where Lee lived and meet his family. It was the same with Sarah. I have been very lucky to experience, even if only shortly, the lives of my fellow volunteers. ...