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Episode 1-1: Adventure in the strange world of Madagascar
In this episode of the podcast, you will travel with me to the mysterious world of Madagascar. And we will pass rivers, waterfalls and you will touch the baobab trees. You will meet the animals of this island, such as lemurs, and you will also witness unique memories of the forests, hands and beaches of Madagascar. Also, in this episode, I will introduce you to the culture and life of the people of this island and share unique experiences in the exotic world of Madagascar with you.
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Greetings to travel lovers,
I am Benyamin Rezaei, a traveler who writes a book about his memories, and in this podcast, I want to share with you the experiences of my trip to Madagascar, a fascinating land. There were many times when I went to a country like Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania for work or for a tour, but every time I wanted to go, something happened in the middle that I couldn’t handle because there were no direct flights, and there was no proper system for always planning. It took me a chance to see this land and finally this happened to me last year. My friend told me that now is the best time to travel there. If you want a good price, you can do it. I immediately drew a ticket because I knew that a visa is not needed. I drew a ticket to Doha. After Doha, I entered the capital of Madagascar, Antananarivo. It took a quarter of twenty minutes to stick it in my passport, with which I could be in Madagascar for 30 or 45 days if I’m not mistaken, and this program was very attractive. I left my backpack in the hotel and came out to explore this city and I really enjoyed seeing these people. First, I will give you some information about Madagascar. Ok, without the fact that 80% of the people living in this country earn less than one dollar and I think what I saw is that more than 50% of the people in this country don’t have shoes, but the most beautiful nature I saw in the world was without a doubt Madagascar, Antananarivo. Or as they say, the city is abbreviated as Tana, it is a city where people come to anyone with a certain culture in order to work. In the olden days, Madagascar is said to have been Madinah al-Asghar, where a person named Asghar the King lived there, and he was originally from Malaysia, which later this name becomes Madagascar, a country that is created by immigrants, that is, you look at a person’s face, a collection of faces of Indians, Indonesians, Africans, and Malaysians can be seen in the faces of these people, the city is crowded with carts going one way, mango sellers going one way, people carrying a big sack on their heads. They go somewhere, there is a lot of noise in the city, and of course, when a white person like me enters a local market, the first finger is pointed at me, and I am a better subject for them to be able to sell their goods, and I have always supported local people in my travels. And doing this as much as possible. I traveled to this country to see the nature of this country and to experience the spirit of life in its simplest form.