At Kenya’s far northern frontier lies one of the natural wonders of the world: Lake Turkana, a massive inland sea, the largest desert lake in the world. It is widely known as the Jade Sea because of its remarkable color. Around the searingly hot, windy shores, live semi-nomadic pastoralists tribes: the Turkana, Samburu, Rendille and Pokot. Up at 5 A.M., drive into the darkness. Watch the sunrise turn the skies orange. We enter the village through a gate of acacia tree branches and thorns. Small huts made from tree saplings, framed with woven mats. Watch the morning routines; the camels and goats...
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