Saturday, December 3, 2016
Prince Harry Visit Remote Amazon Village
Caption: Harry visited the village of Surama, home to Amerindians who live miles from civilisation
IT WAS pole-dancing with a twist for “chieftain” Prince Harry as he followed in his father’s footsteps by wearing a colourful headdress in an Amazon village.
When Prince Charles arrived in the remote wilderness of Guyana’s hinterland 16 years ago, he wore an Indian headdress and sipped the village’s brew, made from the root of a tree.
Yesterday it was his son’s turn to become chief for the day in the village of Surama, home to Amerindians who live miles from civilisation.
The 32-year-old royal was welcomed by elders who “crowned” him with an Indian headdress full of colourful feathers before dancing around the village totem pole.
The Prince donned sunglasses in the fierce 90-degree heat to watch the performance, a welcome dance and a lovers’ dance. Click link for full post from EXPRESS.
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Posted by Marie at 5:35:00 PM