Safari, Part 4: The Road Home

It seems like this road trip was ages ago now. I wish I would have written things down while everything was still fresh in my head, but you know how it goes. I guess I’ll have to let the pictures do most of the storytelling. I think I was able to get some pretty awesome ones, if I do say so myself. Some of the animal pictures are even better than the ones I took while on actual safari, and these are just ones we saw on the side of the main highway. 
Traditional housing in the villages we passed.
Overlooking Mikumi, Tanzania
We stopped for pictures when we saw these elephants crossing.
And then we came across this family.
They were bathing in the mud.
The babies were adorable.
An evil-looking baboon.
I left the truck in this picture so you could get an idea of how close he was to us.
Sorry about the quality… it was taken out a dirty windshield.
There were lots of maasai hearding various animals. We saw a whole heard of cows (about 14 of them) dying in the middle of the road (along with the bus that plowed through them). It was too depressing to take pictures of.
There were a bunch of waterfalls flowing down this mountain. Reminded me of Hawaii.
Tons of mosques here.

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