In January Karine and I went to spend a few days on lake Eyasi, south of Ngorongoro crater.
as described on my blog in January, we spent one morning with the Hadza people, some of the last hunter-gatherers. We arrived at dawn, quite a chilly moment as shown with people sitting around the campfires. One for each gender. Men are preparing bows and arrows for the hunt to come, while women don't seem to work at all. But picking roots, fruit and honey will be their main
occupation soon after during the day, and waiting for the men's return with whatever animal they will have picked.
notice the carpet that looks like thrown on a bush. Well that's a hut roof. Quite basic...
This tribe is also one of the few ones in the world to use click sounds in their language. Listen carefully while watching the video. A dear friend of mine, Silvia Dona, spent a lot of time around these people and got a PhD on this subject.