Reunion Island. The Children. Danyel Waro’s Kaz Kabara.

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Reunion Island. – As I travel, I love the children that I meet along the way. Everywhere there is commonality in their innocence and purity. These beauties, safe in their world, playing in the mud and the rain as their parents sang and danced to the sounds of Danyel Waro, the guardian of their culture, were no different.

Actually if I reincarnate, I’d love to come back as a child on this island …

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In her own magical world.

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Tired work, being a cute baby girl.

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Craziest child I ever did meet. Got all danced up and in the muddy moment. Then this happened. So funny!

Read more about my time on Reunion Island. #GoToReunion

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