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Published: November 2nd 2016
Because of our route derailment we are in Madagascar right now. We are traveling around the coast line meeting all of the Austronesian. These people originally came from Indonesia using prahus to migrate and settle Madagascar. A prahus is a canoe that has long hulls that extend to the side and create a more stable boat. They speak Malagasy, and brought many of their customs over from Indonesia such as blowpipes, rice cultivation, stilt houses, and domesticate plow cattle. They have also told us that they have brought over bananas, sugar cane, and coconut from their local lands.
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