WELCOME TO DRIVE MADA!

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Brittany & James playing with local kids before cruising down Tsiribihina River on a tiny wooden pirogue.

AFTER STRUGGLING TO EXPLORE THE COUNTRY BY SHARED TAXI BROUSSE

We switched gears to hire a local driver. By sheer luck, another traveler connected us directly to our driver, Njiva.

NJIVA TOOK US ON A WILD RIDE ACROSS MADAGASCAR!

In our article, where to find the nightingale armor in Skyrim, you will learn how to get it, how to improve it, and a couple of secrets on completing quests related to this armor.

Nightingale armor is one of the rarest, and probably skyrim best light armor. It is especially known among players of a hidden kind of activity (thieves, archers, killers), since it really has good characteristics, strong enchantment, and a beautiful appearance!

It cannot be created with the help of a forge (an extreme case, with the help of console commands), if you are one of the representatives of the beast (Khajiit or Argonian) then get ready for small glitches with your tail.

Since it cannot be created, it also cannot be found. That is, this is a unique set that will become available to the main character after completing the quest chain, namely the entire storyline for the Thieves guild.

Njiva took us on a wild ride across Madagascar while educating us about the lifestyle of Malagasy drivers.  We learned several families, even entire villages, combine their money to invest in one vehicle. Due to technology limitations, these small family businesses are challenged to reach travelers directly to rent their vehicles.

Consequently, they rely on customer referrals from hotels and foreign travel agencies who exploit drivers by imposing dangerously low prices upon them while charging travelers high markups of more than 300 times the driver’s pay. The result is impoverished families and poorly maintained vehicles causing safety risks for travelers.

Inspired by Njiva’s story and our own frustrations in finding a local driver, we created Drive Mada.

A website for connecting travelers directly with local drivers. Drivers are free to set their own prices, advertise their own vehicles and develop prospering businesses for their families.

The first official registration day for local drivers at Cafe de la Gare (Antananarivo).

WE RETURNED TO MADAGASCAR SEVERAL MONTHS LATER WITH A SEMI-FUNCTIONING WEBSITE AND A DREAM OF LIBERATING DRIVERS’ BUSINESSES.

Through word of mouth, the Antananarivo expat community and recommendations by trusted friends, we personally registered over 450 drivers in 11 popular tourist destinations traveling cross country with the help of our original driver, Njiva, and Malala, our first Malagasy office administrator.

Brittany, Malala, and James – The Drive Mada Team!

MEET THE TEAM TO TAKE YOU THERE

With Drive Mada, drivers can now freely advertise and connect directly with travelers just like you! Hire local drivers. Support local families.

Brittany Stone

James Stranger

 

 

Malala Nyh’aina