Currently Watching : Best Ever Food Review Show – Madagascar Traditional Fishing

 

With all of us still very much sheltering in place, and America continuing, with this current incompetent administration and resident in chief, to be the joke and the shame of the world, simultaneously killing their own citizens in record numbers, through a combination of no affordable/free healthcare, and criminally inept crisis management and profiteering from the panic,  my mind turns to something less anger inducing.

Travel.

And Madagascar is on my list of beautiful places to travel to, so I appreciate the below short little overview and look at traditional village/fishing life.

Now true, when I go visit Madagascar I’ll probably spend most of my time visiting the touristy, big city parts, like I did in Jamaica or Spain or Mexico or Bermuda. But I always make time to do the less touristy tours as well. I have been on pilgrimages to see Black Madonnas, I have walked on pyramids old before America was new.  And so it will be with Madagascar.

Breathing in, what the land has to teach me of the old and the new.

And the below video is a nice look at traditional/small village Madagascar.

A work intensive life of the sea, of out to the sea in hand made boats at 2 am, and stay out there in the dark, until 9am, to catch the fish to feed your village. And the fires tended and the food cooked throughout the day. I’ve no illusions that a city born boy like me, who likes to sleep in late,  would make it long without our modern technological  conveniences and luxuries, but I do appreciate the beauty of community, and family, and history, and a life of the sun and the sea.

 

Serenity now. 🙂

 

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