|Fulani boys walking us to the road|
|One of the Fulani tents|
Again, I was stunned by the beauty of this people. They often wear eyeliner (even the kids), keep their hair braided in some funky styles, (though always natural, never adding extensions), and wore brightly colored beaded jewelry. A common feature of all of the people—men, women and children was their set of big, glistening eyes. They shone with what seemed to be deep curiosity and happiness.
They also know how to survive with little food or water, and have this innate ability of knowing the right direction after coming to a place just one time.
The midday heat struck me as if to say “welcome back to the real world.” The only proof I have of seeing the Fulani world with is my new cheese making skill.
|Cheese the Fulani made during our trip|