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8th January 2017
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spend some time to float in outer space, find another planet make the same mistakes, our mind’s all shattered when we climb aboard, hoping for the scientists to find another door
on my second day trekking in andringitra we awoke before sunrise and set off to climb up pic boby, the second highest mountain in madagascar. the peak is less than 3000m, and while i've summited mountains twice that before, i still found it extraordinarily challenging. i figured i must have become really unfit since my last big trek. as you arrived closer to the top the landscape started to look more and more lunar, so it was a nice coincidence that we timed the ascent when the moon was perfectly nestled in the valley between these rocks. all those water and catching-my-breath breaks were certainly all part of the plan y'understand.

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08/01/2017
find another planet
on my second day trekking in andringitra we awoke before sunrise and set off to climb up pic boby, the second highest mountain in madagascar. the peak is less than 3000m, and while i've summited mountains twice that before, i still found it extraordinarily challenging. i figured i must have become really unfit since my last big trek. as you arrived closer to the top the landscape started to look more and more lunar, so it was a nice coincidence that we timed the ascent when the moon was perfectly nestled in the valley between these rocks. all those water and catching-my-breath breaks were certainly all part of the plan y'understand.

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