So we are driving around in Kampala one day, and I see a sign for Zebra Crossing. I am reminded of the many deer and other animal crossing signs we had back home, and for a split second allowed myself to hope that I’d see a zebra crossing the road. Then I realized my foolishness and understood that zebra crossing was referring to the pedestrian cross walk.
But a month later, on our nature walk at Lake Mburo, we did see zebras crossing.
and zebras eating.
and zebras running.
and zebras walking.
and zebras playing.
and zebras drinking.
(click on any of the pictures below to see them bigger)
After our nature walk, we headed back and showered and packed. I should probably mention that this was the view from the shower:
If our safari had to end, this was the perfect way to do it.
(well, truthfully, this is the way it really ended. which is still kind of perfect because these cattle are everywhere in Uganda…)
Thanks for safari-ing along with me and Rachel! We’ve loved sharing our Uganda roadtripping adventures with you.
And thanks to Joseph and Rafiki Adventures for taking us on the trip of a lifetime.