Everything You Need To Know When Meeting The Maasai

I was expected, it would seem, as I pulled up in the dirt covered 4×4.  The foot deep ruts that plagued our makeshift route had tested the suspension to the extreme.  It had been a long and hard day’s travel over to the north of the Maasai Mara National Park.

Walls of twisted spikes encircled the small village, pierced by a slither of light, just wide enough to squeeze through.  I pondered the perfect silence and curious lack of women and children, but dismissed it with thoughts they must be busy inside the village stockade. (more…)

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