Madagascar

Andrew gets an intimate look at the food and the people that live in Madagascar. Most people still live the way they did 100s of years ago -- hunting and gathering for food.

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Mozambique Channel

Andrew discovers an acient way of fishing and feast on local delicacies, including king mackerel, dried shark meat and raw captain fish.

Betania, Madagascar

 
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Big Market

Andrew tours the Big Market to try baobab fruit and sambos, a ground vegetable and zebu pastries topped with extemely hot sauce.

Morondava, Madagascar

 
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Forging For Food

Andrew visits Ankobatemena to hike along the Kabatomena River for a rare bug species called zanna tenbrosa.

Morondava, Madagascar

 
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Sakalava Ceremony

Andrew and his wife Rishia expeience a coming-of-age circumcision ceremony for a 5-year-old boy. As part of the custom, the grandfather eats the foreskin as a symbol of strength.

Bemanonga, Madagascar

 

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