Our final day in the car began in Nakuru. I woke up to a misty view of Lake Nakuru. On the way out of the National Park, we got to go on a mini-game drive where I saw a neat animal that wasn’t quite a cow, or a goat either; mom said she thought it was some kind of antelope. Another new animal to check off my list!
When we got to the exit gate, mom wrapped me up and started acting all weird again. I was excited because there were these tiny, hairy, human looking things that mom called baboons, but she told me I had to stay quiet and not move 😦 Apparently, I had to hide to get OUT of the National Park too.
Once we were out, I rested.
A few hours into the drive, mom woke me up to see the scenery. There were fields and fields and fields of green that mom said were tea fields. It was so pretty!
After the tea fields, the scenery was the same old, same old again, so I found another comfy spot in the car.
Finally, we passed through the border at a familiar place, the Isebania/Sirari border. As we were on the final stretch towards Mwanza, we were entertained by a fascinating lightning storm. Welcome back to Mwanza!