Repost: Tracking the Hadzabe: One of Africa’s Last Nomadic Bush Tribes

Tracking the Hadzabe: One of Africa’s Last Nomadic Bush Tribes.

My friend and fellow writer Shelley Seale went to Africa and had one of the most interesting days I can imagine, spending time with the Hadzabe, a small, remote bush tribe who still live by hunting and gathering, speak using clicks, and are uninterested in seeing photographs. Fascinating!

She also camped in the Serengeti and awoke to giraffes grazing right outside her tent!

Lucky gal!

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About Mary Ann Reynolds

Blogging about body, mind, heart, spirit, and well-being at The Well: bodymindheartspirit. Offering bodywork and changework, specializing in Ashiatsu barefoot massage and craniosacral therapy. Also a former Truth Be Told board member now serving as a volunteer editor for the Truth Be Told Community blog, serving women behind and beyond bars.
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2 Responses to Repost: Tracking the Hadzabe: One of Africa’s Last Nomadic Bush Tribes

  1. fantastic Mary, and so great that you know the woman who filmed this!

  2. It was one of the most amazing experiences of my life! Thanks for sharing, MaryAnn.

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