Because she is Senegalese, Djey Aw offers her living room as a place to learn Teranga. La Téranga is this way of welcoming travelers to Senegal – first of all to welcome them and at the end of their well-organized stopover, to “give them the road” as they say at the doorsteps of houses throughout the region. West Africa when the guest leaves us.
In rafet n’Diort, we say D. quite simply, it is the feeling of having arrived at Keur (house in Wolof). We come across all origins, all religions, all generations, it’s like being in a harmonious choir to listen to all the music of life.
And this salon, which at the beginning was designed a lot for women, is revealed day after day, a warm home where men push open the door and linger among the ladies.
Some come there to discover, others because they have known the big sister (the boss) for a long time, a lot to do their hair or catch a glimpse of all the little hair secrets of the ladies. And all this, in happy exchanges.
Stopping at D.’s is taking your time, time for yourself. It is to get along, listen to each other, advise each other between women, daughters, mothers, friends or pals. It is to discuss current events of the whole world, the news of the native lands, the education of children, the goo
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