Barbara: “Masai people don’t live in proper villages. They live in small communities formed by huts made of soil and straw. The huts are arranged in a circle, and inside the circle there’s a pen for the cattle. The Masai surround the houses with thorny branches to keep away wild animals such as lions, leopards and hyenas.
The tribe lives mainly on breeding cattle, sheep, goats and chickens. The chief of the tribe that we met has 6 wives, 60 children and 30 grandchildren.”