Esteve Lombarte Llado
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Posted on September 29, 2013 at 11:25pm 1 Comment

I was on a trekking in Baccha, Vietnam, with a friend. We were walking and after 5 km we came a cross with a Flower H'mong family (hill tribe minortiy). They start to say hello! Hello come in!>>. So, we came in, they were celebrating the death of the viceleader of the village. This celebrbation is H'mong tradition and to celebrate the death they kill a buffalo, drink corn wine and play music. They invite us to join them.  We had a great time with them talking about everything,…

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