KENYA - DAY THREE
Seven hour game drive really speaks for itself. Our journey through the Maasai Mara was bumpy, exhilarating, breathtaking. It was literally like taking a page out of National Geographic. There’s something so spiritual about spotting these elegant creatures, then slowly creeping up on them, and then quietly admiring their beauty. Mr. Lone Giraffe was beyond cute but the family of elephants cooling down in their mud bath and the hippos - o em gee. Wish my boys could have witnessed this! (PS Why is it every time I saw a zebra I thought of Chris Rock and Jada Pinket Smith? #MadagascarLol )
I’m also really bonding with the five amazing ladies in my vehicle on this trip. We go everywhere together, including on safari. We can’t stop laughing and its been a true joy to experience Kenya for the first time with all of them. Shout out to Sally, Lindsay, Sandy, Rebecca, and my mom, Linda.
Nap time. Gaming is actually exhausting. It’s like being on a roller coaster for hours at a time. The muddy conditions here have made for some rough riding conditions. Tomorrow is a huge day. Our humanitarian efforts really begin. Can’t wait to meet more locals and learn more about these beautiful people.
Some of my favorite safari snaps here.