S: AFRICA 2011
BC: Good Bye Africa!
FC: Jerry and Margo's Africa 2011
1: David, our guide, shows us how to open the vehicle for game drives. | And we''re off! | This is one of the great 'tent' accommodations that we enjoyed. (En suite bathrooms, hot water and comfy beds!)
2: Good Road....... | ....BAD ROAD!!! The Short Cut to Masai Mara | The Great Wildebeest Migration. | And a nosy Zebra!
3: One of several hundred elephants at Amboselli | And a few giraffes! | Zebras migrated, too.
4: The Masai are a proud people, living in mud wattle huts and caring for their livestock in the open. The men always carry their stick and wear these gorgeous plaid blankets. | Susie strikes a hard bargain with the Masai. | Masai men are showing their prowess in JUMPING! This isn offensive war technique.
5: Margo gives stickers to the ladies and the kids. | The Masai women make lovely beaded jewelry. They are charged with water carrying, child care and food preparation.
6: The tasks of the Masai are diverse. and include a LOT of walking and carrying things on their heads, | The Masai warriors line up and JUMP!
7: How 'bout a Lion or two! | Or even MORE!
8: And her nightmare. - ..a botfly larva! | Lake Victoria village shore | Lake Victoria Round House.. | And the beach! | Sue and Jerry check e-mail.
9: These were the boys at the "borehole." | David and I have a visit af.ter lunch - at a ranger station. | Charcoal for sale at the roadside
10: Susie at Elsinore...the home of "Elsa." and Born Free. | We had Tea! | THe VIew from Elsinore.
11: Fish Eagle Lodge | The tentat Ashnil Mara | Luxurious Bath
12: A proud Topi | The Hotel near Ngorongoro Crater | Camera at the Ready! | Fireflowers in front of one of our tents.
13: Susie at Ngorongoro Crater | The Diversity of Africa
14: Of course there were birds. but this is a rare sight.. . | Hippos galore... | So fishermen beware! | A Stork Crossing | A Lavendar Breasted Roller
15: Euphorbia tree | Peaceful grasses. | Near Kilamanjaro | Wildebeest | Ostrich... with pink legs!
17: The Flowers of Africa
18: City Scapes
19: And the wonderful people!