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Quality time with the Masai

Original post made by AnnaMirsky, another community, on Mar 1, 2013

One of my major goals for this trip was to visit a local Masai tribe, interact with them and buy some jewelry. I had already seen them in town, wearing their bright red-and-blue checkered cloth and carrying large sticks as staffs.

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Posted by juniperk
a resident of Gemello
on Mar 5, 2013 at 4:51 pm

yes, with the all the markup that the local merchants charge on Masai Jewelry, there is no doubt that it is cheaper to travel straight to Africa and buy them directly.


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