Costume, or lack of it, in Africa is a matter of tribal custom only.
Dress means personal adornment, and her beaded necklaces and earrings
and scarified skin are as important to this smiling girl as her scanty
Wandorobo architecture is elementary, a hut being little more than a
ribbed and plaited sphere with room inside for the family, and nothing
else. Friendly little people, the Wandorobo have a keen sense of humour,
remarkable powers of observation, and a surprising talent for mimicry