It was one of those days where even sitting still couldn't stop the beads of sweat from forming and rolling down my back. The ice-cold fruit smoothie from Forty Thieves at Diani Beach couldn't cool me down fast enough during my pit-stop on my drive from Mombasa to Shimoni. I saw a lone Maasai walking down the beach and his striking red Shúkà caught my eye. I asked my friend about him, because I thought Maasai traditionally lived further inland. She explained it is now common for Maasai to move down to Kenya’s South coast and take up jobs in security at local resorts and bars.