These are our trustworthy tents for the whole safari trip. After a few days, I became experts in assembling them.
The Maasai chief and his brother, son and friend.
The Maasai people still live in traditional mud houses.
Maasai women having a great time looking at their pictures.
Let’s join hands in a Maasai dance.
Following the footsteps of his big brother.
Young males aged 17-25 are designated warriors. During this period, they usually camp near the village, hunt for animals and protect the villagers. This is a honorable duty they have to complete before attaining adulthood.
Stories by the campfire.
A Maasai warrior showing us how comfortable his bed of leaves are.
The Maasai warriors challenge each other to a jumping contest. The higher you jump, the more likely you’ll get a good wife. (I’m doing quite well huh?)
My new found friend.
A herd of elephants roaming around us.
Beauty is everywhere.
A lioness taking a siesta.
Candelabra trees look eerie to me.
An elephant having dinner.
Zebra crossing (No pun intended)
These birds are freaks! They look scary.