The Tsingy of Madagascar; Everything Everywhere

The tsingy of Madagascar, the thin, needle-like rock formations in the country, have a soft, sweet sing-song name. With one foot on a knife-edge, the other in the air, the word soft didn’t come into it. I gripped the tsingy and tried not to look down. A long, long way down. In Malagasy, the word tsingy means “walking on tip toes” or “the place where one cannot walk barefoot.” It’s a translation I’d overlooked for reasons that didn’t come to mind right now. My hand grazed another and I did my best to ignore the pace of my pulse. I

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