We are in Kenya, a country in Eastern Africa.
The film opens with several tourists who go to the Masai settlement. The Masai are an ethnic group inhabiting northern, central and southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. They live in small mud-thatched villages, surrounded by their cattle and smaller livestock.
We see one of their settlement as well as the products they trade. African paintings, drawings, jewellery, clothes, batik, sisal bags, wood-carvings among other.
Two women talk while the lens focuses on the Masai woman behind them who creates something. The camera stands on a sign that says Masai and then on one of the two women who, tries out a necklace. Afterwards, we see the other woman from the group wearing a handmade necklace as well as a man from the Masai tribe showing the products he is trading.