|Massai goatherders. We shared our lunch with them.|
On day two we all discover that Kiki and Zik (the program director at CCS) are neighbors. In all of Tanzania, how do we make travel arrangements that have us in two different cities with neighbors taking care of us? Serendipity!
The tent is quite luxurious compared with the living conditions in Bagamoyo. And YES! we have hot water and really, REALLY comfortable beds. Our squeals of delight brought the Massai running to see if we were okay.
The next day we drove through the park. I have no words for what it feels like to see these magnificent animals up close and personal in the wild. It is a mystical experience. I won't bore you with all 300 pictures I took but will have to share just a few. Of all things the zoom on my camera wasn't working properly but they're not too bad.
|I guess it was good. This is how we found them later.|
|Mama and her nursing babies|
|Oh, those kids eat everything in sight.|