Six Abissa Videos from Cote d’Ivoire

Six Abissa Videos from Cote d’Ivoire
Here are six videos explains a week of party in Grand Bassam, Cote d’Ivoire called "Abissa," a NZema tribal tradition.

This is more of a masquerade party, they locals are having fun dressing, not as wild as it seems.

Abissa Explained

Grand Bassam, Quartier France
Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa --- Monday, November 1, 2010


Women with Lantern on Head

Truly Sexy Girl Dancing at Abissa

Abissa Fête Femme Sexy Cote d'Ivoire Africa

Fête Abissa Tom Tom Cote d'Ivoire Africa

Abissa Drums Cote d'Ivoire Africa

Abissa Festival Parade with Drums in Grand Bassam Cote d'Ivoire West Africa

Six Abissa Videos from Cote d’Ivoire


After watching video #2 I knew why you like west africa and couldn't help my own "morse code" from sending signals to my "brain". Petite like S.E. Asians and dark like one who loves the sunshine. Video # 4 is great with the group beat which is a call to the wild to dance to the rhythm. Good Post sometimes the less spoken / written the better.


Wow, those girls can move. As I wrote before, there is an entire branch of anthropology dedicated to studying dance Enthnochoreology

Truly interesting stuff.

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