località: libya
regione: libya
stato: libyan arab jamahiriya (ly)

Data inizio viaggio: giovedì 13 marzo 2008
Data fine viaggio: lunedì 24 marzo 2008

hey dear...

The Tuareg people are predominently nomadic people of the sahara desert, mostly in thenear Timbuktu and Kidal. The Tuareg are often referred to as "Blue Men of the desert " - because their robes are dyed indigo blue. They live in small tribes with between 30 and 100 family members and keep camels, goats, cattle and chicken which graze the land.

The sword is a Tuareg's most valued possession. Many are passed from generation to generation and said to be protected by the victories of its past owners.
Family roles:
Women process milk, make butter, prepare animal skins, make clothes and bedding from skin, collect firewood and water.
Men drive the animals take responsibility for selling. Men will take camels to towns to sell them, returning with millet which they use as flour for bread making. Other purchases will include sugar and tea. Most outputs, however, are consumed by the family
I'm very pleased to be in touch with you
Ciao and see yoy soon!
KInd regards
Mr. Mahmoud

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