Hans Silvester has spent a very large part of his life exploring the peoples of the OMO valley, but since then he has expanded his field of action to new territories in southern Ethiopia whose charm and beauty we did not suspect. These pastoral peoples, who in the summer forced men to migrate with their herds of cattle, to areas richer in greasy herbs, leaving the women alone in the village to keep the goats and vegetable crops against the looting of the monkeys who have a perfect appetite for corn. Hans had the good idea to pitch his tent...
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