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The Breakdown Begins

The Breakdown Begins Shot of one of the jeeps with a flat. I quite enjoyed the fact that our jeeps were breaking down cause it added a little adventure to our otherwise regimented routine. Right as I was taking photos of the guys jacking up the jeep, the jack gave way and the jeep came tumbling down. Meanwhile some local Maasai came by to see what was going on. Eventually we got up and running again however cars problems continued. In the end we all squeezed into 3 jeeps and rode back into town where we were then shuttled by another bus back to Arusha. People on my trip were definitely not please however...

Thankful

Thankful My chameleon color is green. It was at this moment, on our way back out of the Serengeti, that I realized how fortunate and thankful I was to have had an opportunity to go on my around-the-world trip. It was an amazing feeling being able to stick my head out of the top of the safari jeep, with the wind blowing in my hair, surrounded by the beautiful Serengeti knowing that most people would only dream of doing what I was doing at that exact moment. It was then that I realized that life is good that we need to take advantage of every day that passes. I closed my eyes, stood there and just...

Water Buffalo

Water Buffalo Done and done…Chameleon Chronicle has just finished posting the last of the big 5. For those who don’t know the list includes lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, and water buffalo – the five most dangerous animals to hunt in Africa.

Herpes?

Herpes? I’m not a doctor but I’m guessing it’s not…it’s just a lioness scratching her ear.

Cubs

Cubs Two lion cubs playing in the Serengeti.

Serengeti Balloon Ride

Serengeti Balloon Ride That’s me on a hot air balloon about to crash into an acacia tree in the Serengeti. SYKE!…who do you think took the photo?

Serengeti Sunrise

Serengeti Sunrise Sunrise over the Serengeti plains. In Maasai, Serengeti means endless plains and it really did seem to go on forever. The great thing about the Serengeti was that you could see animals very easily since there were no trees or bushes to hide them as in other parks throughout southern and eastern Africa.

Meditating Baboon

Meditating Baboon This guy was just chilling on a rock. I have another photo with his eyes open but he just looked way too mean so I decided to share this one instead.

I <3 Baboons

I <3 Baboons Momma baboon holding her baby and yawning. I’m really bummed that this photo came out blurry but it just looked too funny not to post.

Toto Was Right

Toto Was Right So this is what they’ve been singing about this whole time! The open plains of Serengeti were absolutely breathtaking. This is a shot of an acacia tree with the sun setting behind it. Looking back Toto was right…I do miss the rains down in Africa…although it didn’t rain while we were there.
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