Permanently travelling British girl, now living in Tanzania. I like making stuff.
Saturday, 12 January 2013
After visiting the Hadzabe we went to see another tribe in the region
who the Hadzabe regularly trade with. They make things from metal, such
as arrowheads and spoons, and use them to trade with the Hadzabe for
things such as honey.
The children of this tribe all go to school, so they speak Swahili as well as the tribal language. That meant I could have a chat with the women. The woman on the right in the picture on the left has got eight children!