Madagascar. – There is a train run runs between Antananarivo and Toamasina on the coast. Mostly with goods. From capital to port. From port to capital. Yet twice a week there’s a passenger train doing this route that shoots off to Andranokoditra, onto this track, stopping at this station. Here I was, imagining arriving by this means, and all those that have before me. Keeping the balance through team work. Making a note that we were 314km from Tana. Appreciating the simplicity. 

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