Himali Singh Soin’s travels span spaces from Shoreditch to the South Pole. We’d love to share this writer, artist, curator and traveler’s recommendations for all of them, but for now, we’ve chosen something somewhere vaguely (very vaguely) in the middle: Madagascar.
Climb the Tsingy, a world heritage site that resembles our imagination of some planet where meteorites have fallen.
Visit the Avenue de Baobab at sunrise, those upside down trees that remind you of Asterix territory.
Go to the night safari to see the silky sifaka lemurs stuck to each other: they're monogamous.
Eat Zebu Steak, and drink the rum/ginger/oranges special.
Find the popular paper and metal recycling shops and pick up the quirky hats and bow ties and bicycles they've made out of god-knows-what.