In 2005, when driving from Massawa to Maihimmet along the coast of the Red Sea in Eritrea, we got stranded in the sanddunes. After being stuck for two days, we decided to leave the car and walk. After 11 hours we met the family of Hamid, the young man with the dark purple jellaba and the Palestinian scarf. He was kind enough to give us shelter and food, and in the evening he called on his friends to help us free the truck.He and his friends knew that Fuzum an Eritrean aidworker, (the man with the white T-shirt) and I had been working with other Rashaayda families in Rahib-camp, to try to get them food and education, so that we were not strangers to his 'qabila' (tribe). He invited us to attend the name-giving ceremony of his daughter, when we returned. This short film shows the dancing of the young men, after the camel-race had taken place. These dances are also performed at wedding-ceremonies and other celebrations.