In Angola, most of the Himba or Mushimbas (a branch of Himba) live in
remote areas, far from the towns, and are not spoiled by modernity.
Himbas people are living in little villages, but they are rich people:
they own a lot of cows, and a cow costs 1500 us dollars in Luanda! So
when a himba family has 100 or 200 cows, imagine the money they have.
The only task is to take care of the cattle. So once the job is done, the men's lfe is rather boring, and alcool is a good friend to kill time.
© Eric Lafforgue