|Our handsome tour guide on the ferry up to Murchison Falls.|
We are once again on the Nile river.
|This sign is posted everywhere. No feeding the wild animals!|
Does that include the tour guide?
|The first animal, a cute monkey begging for food on the road.|
|Not so cute baboon, begging.|
|Looks like an old guy waiting for someone to bring him dinner!|
|When we got close up with the giraffe Ralph thought they were|
quite regal as they moved, very smooth and graceful.
|African Buffalo. Usually with a couple of birds.|
|Haartebeest. Not misspelled.|
|We all decided these were quite homely! They can run 80 kph!|
|The Paraa lodge. Very nice and modern, but color to the water|
so they gave us bottled water each day. Probably water right
from the Nile.
|This guy has a sore on his neck probably from fighting.|
|We saw lots of these warthogs and they were not pretty!|
Have a speed of 55kph
|Dik Dik They are quite small and this guy needed to have braces|
on his horns. They are growing in the wrong direction.
Warthogs behind him.
|More African buffalo or sometimes called cape buffalo.|
|These can be quite aggressive and can run 57kph! The white|
bird are always nearby. They can find insect for their meals
in the turned over dirt from the buffalo's hoof.
|The first elephant we spotted. Because he is alone he old and|
and probably close to dying. They are driven out from the herd.
|Crazy Muzungus taking pictures.|
|I thought this guy had on a white sweatband but it is his ears.|
They are white.
|I think this may be a Kob.|
|Hippos in the Nile. They stay in the river all day and then at nite|
come out to eat grass. Speed 30kph
|May be a water buck. Looks like Utah elk.|
|Pres Chatfield and senior missionaries relaxing.|
|Paraa lodge from the back.|
|Crocodile Not very fast 15kph. We watched a duck come close|
and wondered if he would be dinner. Croc not hungry.
|Murchison Falls, Spectacular!!|
|Most of our elephant pic are from behind because as soon as they|
see us they take off.
|The hippos are huge almost like an elephant.|
|Monkey but don't know which.|
|This is E/S Johnson from Ethiopia by an elephant toy tree.|
They say the elephants will swing these around with their trunk.
|Our view from our room in Chobe of the Nile.|
|Last day and ready to get back to work. But what a great trip!!|
with nice accommodations and meals included, so we all overate!
|One last pic of the Nile river.|