This is a picture of the men loaded in the back of Joel's truck as we tried to weave our way around the accident.
Once we came to a stop, this is what the trees along the road looked like.
While baby girl was quick to find a flower to give me.
We finally made it to the end of dinner and the dad's stayed for the check while the mom's took their four children a piece back to their rooms and set to tucking all the children comfy cozy into their beds with malaria nets securely stretched around them. After which I took the opportunity to run hot water (that I'd not had since leaving the States) in the bathtub and soaked for a few moments before sinking into the bed for the night.
After a goodnights rest, we awoke early to this scene. It was spectacular to take in for sure.
We ate a quick breakfast before heading out for our early morning safari! We loaded up and headed out. Can you tell we were excited!?
The first animals we saw were these beautiful zebras, and there were so many of them!
We stopped for a little potty break and got to see a few hippos from afar.
This was the best picture I could get of the hippo unfortunately its his rump!
It was a thrill to get to go on this safari! What a memorable experience to get to do it with my sweet family and dear friends! This entire trip was thoroughly enjoyable, one I am so tremendously glad we were able to go on. With memories to last a lifetime and experiences that I will hold dear for years to come, it certainly will be a treasure to look back on and smile!