The performance is given in a school that welcomes children from surrounding native tribes. The piano is placed under a huge protective tamarind. Children provide theirs dances and songs, the show is very varied, involving even indian-customised western dances. Our clowns offer comical expressions that the children and even teachers delight.
The atmosphere is so warm that after the concert most people keep on dancing near the piano pick-up. We believe this energy is mainly coming from the ones of Saru and Suji, the AGNEE dancers who have just rejoined us. We feel as if the Love Caravan was part of their family, they indeed create a strong though delicate link between Indians and the Caravan.
We then leave the school to meet a native tribe village where doors were really opened. Anton delivers messages on the way they grow crops and fruits, they use environmental-friendly methods. We see the way they produce tapioca. Meanwhile our doctor Marie-Claude makes her best to heal 2 persons, an old man and a 6 years old girl.