Straddling border lines

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What: Boys of the Konyak tribe at the border between India and Myanmar
Where: Nagaland, India
When: October 2013

Photo credit: Steshia M
Camera: HTC One (phone)

Traveller’s tale: At Longwa village, Mon district, the Konyak tribes settled here straddle the border between India and Myanmar. Seen in the photograph is ‘Border Post 154’.

 Articles for more information:

1. Konyaks: The tattooed headhunters of Nagaland

2. Going Head to Head

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About We That Travel

Indulging in our memories of journeys far & wide. One caveat: photographic memories and tales to tell are a must. With the song from the Dixie Chicks playing in the background, hit the road! "Hit the highway in a pink RV with stars on the ceiling Lived like a gypsy Six strong hands on the steering wheel I've been a long time gone now Maybe someday, someday I'm gonna settle down But I've always found my way somehow By taking the long way Taking the long way around"

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