In ten or fifteen days, it is impossible to go on an ethnographic
journey, but Africa is still populated of a multitude
of ethnic groups which live in a traditional
way and which we are brought to meet during various circuits.
The approach and the respect of the other are of primary
importance as for the quality of the meeting.
To cross Masai, Hazabe,
or Himba with the turning of a way or a
track, is one privileged moment, single,
which one would not have to break by an elementary lack
of good manners.
Let us relegate our instinct of "homophotosapiens"
and let the magic operate.