Pangani and Saadani National Park
Saadani National Park
They look a lot more elegant on the ground.
White-thoated Beeeater on a Dead Branch
Not too sure about this one but it's definitely a bird!
Beeeater on a Wire
George Inspecting the Road
Yes, we made it through!
Boggy National Park Road
Trusty Toyota MPV
Is there any other noun with three e's?
Saadani National Park Road
Rare sight of a good road.
Saadani National Park Beach
Dawn on the way to Pangani
Charles on the left and George, the driver, on the right. Sisal plants in the background.
Pangani Slave Trade House
Baboons are Common.
Male Water Buck
The only mob of hippos we saw.
Baboons are everywhere.
Pangani Slave Warehouse
Water Lilly Lake
It is the beginning of the dry season so lakes are all full.
Remains of a Slave Warehouse
Slaves were kept in the basement until they were transported by dhow to Zanzibar where they were sold in the streets.
They kneel to feed.
The pigs are safe because the villagers are Muslim!
The only mob of zebra we saw.
Saadani Village Restaurant
Coconut thatch is popular because it is cooler than corrugated steel but steel doesn't need replacement every couple of years.
National Park Road
Roads were only just passable in our non 4WD people mover.