The Masai Tribe Kenya Africa

The Masai  are a tribe, estimated at about 880 000 people living in Kenya Southern and Tanzania Northern. They speak Maa , which is an Eastern Nilotic language , although many of them are able to express themselves correctly in Swahili and English . Most of the Maasai maintain their traditional religion, although in recent years some have converted to Christianity. 3 Before colonization they were dedicated to predation. Currently, they are nomadic herders of bovids , sheep and goats, around which their economic wealth revolves. They live in settlements…

La Badie Beach Haiti

This is one of the beaches of Haiti The location is named after the Marquis de La Badie, a Frenchman who first settled the area in the 17th century. The peninsula and a village were named Labadie. The cruise company spells the name “Labadee” to make it easier for American English-speakers to pronounce.Once you get to Labadee you will understand why it’s famed for its Zipline excursion and hopefully get to ride it. Soaring 500 feet above ground, it is the longest over the water zip line course world overAlthough Labadee is more safe than the rest of Haiti,…