Traveller, Sun-Herald, Australia – Feb 18, 2018
In a bare concrete hall, women rummage through second-hand clothing on makeshift wooden tables. “We call it caguwa wishyure, which means pick and pay,” says our guide Shema. “You can also say caguwa to a loved one. To show her she’s unique and there’s nothing else like her.”
I try to imagine how my girlfriend would react if I compared her to a piece of second-hand clothing. I suspect it would not end well.
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