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Monday, August 19, 2013

Two nights at Lake Natron-Part I

Greetings from the Serengeti!  We have returned to the land of Internet access (at least via cellular network) after being without for two nights. I'm running short on time as we're up early for safari tomorrow morning so here are a number of photos from the last two days, in chronological order:

(I'm skipping our visit to a Masai boma in the hopes that one of the students can do a guest post)

Sierra jumping for joy in the Eastern Rift Valley: 

The first giraffe sighting of our trip, pulling into Natron Halisi Camp:

Oldoinyo Lengai and the lounge tent at Natron Halisi Camp:

On our morning walk with our Masai guide:

At the shallow shore of Lake Natron, Ariane takes pictures of flamingo:

Our high point for the morning walk:

Pizza for lunch!

...part II coming soon!

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