How are Jordanian gypsies and Bedouins
• How are the gypsies Jordanian Bedouins and
In Jordan live Roma and Bedouins. They are often confused, taking one for the other, but they are completely different people and cultures. At the sight of them difficult to distinguish, since both those, and others are nomadic and live in tents along the roads. And they are all eerily clever, as will be discussed under the cut ...
Let's first look at Roma. Here is a typical gypsy tent camp:
the Gypsies Turkmen. Many Turkmens at the time moved to Iran, and from there to Jordan:
All things are scattered unattended. I thought: they do not steal from each other by the rules or there is generally nothing more or less valuable?
A typical Roma housing:
Normal awning, under which the bed rug. Junk decided to fold around a "home", it saves space inside:
On reaching the Tabor, we created a furor. Usually Roma are dragged on the road to shoot money from rich people. And then the clients are welcome to visit.
The young boy showed us his pride: Poymanov sparrow in a makeshift cage out of the box and the bottle:
The first thing that catches the eye on the territory of the camp - rubbish. Roma do not bother to clean and dispose of the wastes behind.
The second surprising thing for this place - satellite dish:
There is a TV and speaker. Nomads connect this system to the battery, and while away the evening watching soap operas:
Other objects uncomplicated life fit into a big knot:
no toilet. There are, apparently, in the bushes. Although the bushes around, too, can not see:
The adults looked at us with surprise and suspicion:
But the children quickly realized that with curious tourists can fuck money, and began to remember everything, what their parents taught:
First, they vied with each climbed into the frame. Then they began to hint that, they say, would be nice to highlight the "models" modest fee. In the end, the most lively girl in pink beginning stupid to go into the pockets. I had to squeeze them with your hands, or she would pull out all the contents:
And this is a Bedouin.
With them an interesting story. To remain Bedouins, they have to live in tents. Although, as the indigenous people, many of them quite wealthy comrades. There are many Bedouin land, they sell them on the sly, and richer. Then the money to build a luxury home in the yard put the tent. In her welcome guests, and trapeznichayut formal requirement "to live in a tent" perform:
Here is a good example of the left - Bedouin tents, and on the right of his house (peach color):
Another option - a house and a tent:
And this is a luxury option: a huge house with a fence. In the back yard is palatochka:
One evening in Petra Bedouin invited us to a party. They grilled meat and made ayran:
Airan - like dairy drink kefir - popular even in the Caucasus. Hang a skin of milk on a tripod, shake in a certain way a couple of hours and you're done:
Since we had all the same party, it was a lot of entertainment. For example, the Jordanian dances. They seemed very strange to me, although I have seen a lot of different national dances.
Is monotonous music, men, holding his shoulders, rose and dipped the same leg. It looks minimalistic, but five minutes later suddenly begins to grasp the difference between the angle of the legs lifting and sounds of drums:
Accompanies here is a "quartet". Note, at the right bagpipe musician. It is believed that the Scots have copied its national instrument of the Jordan, where it was invented long before them:
When the completely dark, for us to make an original light show projected onto the walls of Petra designs and patterns:
Under the curtain was a Bedouin dinner. Despite themed surroundings and tents, the kitchen was very European:
Group photo made without Varlamov. Nobody wanted to be photographed with him, so did not call: