Motorbiking Madagascar - 2013

Discussion in 'Global Trip Reports' started by bvt617, Sep 8, 2013.

  1. Hi guys,

    Just put together a 30 minute travel documentary of my motorbiking adventure in Madagascar. Managed to get around on a trusty '95 Honda Transalp 600 I rented from an ex-pat German fellow who lives in the capital, Antananarivo.

    Please check it out and let me know what you think.

    Cheers!

     
  2. Very nicely done!!! Madagascar looks like an amazing place and I really enjoy all of the facts and history that you've added to your video. :thumbup:
     
  3. Couldn't help myself. Part 2 of my adventure can now be found here:

    Viva Madagascar!
     
  4. Excellent job. One of the most professional looking videos I have watched. I felt I was watching a TV travel show. I also visited your YouTube page, and I look forward to watching some of your other videos. For those who want to see YouTube Link. Thanks for sharing on GT Rider. :thumbup:
     
  5. Thanks Silverhawk. I'm just winging it like everyone else I guess. Glad I finally gave the GoPro a decent workout. Here are a few pics of Baobab Alley.

    http://openroad7.smugmug.com/Madagascar/i-ZvLPLGQ/1/M/Baobab%20Alley%20Facebook-M.jpg

    http://openroad7.smugmug.com/Madagascar/i-4J4qknK/1/XL/Bike%20on%20Baobab%20Alley-XL.jpg

    http://openroad7.smugmug.com/Madagascar/i-GHFgKpq/1/X2/Sunrise%20Baobab%20Alley-X2.jpg

    Cheers!
     
  6. Great job Kevin. You have clearly done a great deal of work to make the vids and I love the laid back Aussie commentary.
    Sad to say, as you would have most likely come accross on your previous travels, the thrash and burn agriculture is prevalent in these parts also.
    Thanks for posting this most enjoyable travelogue.
     

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