|Between Masai Mara and Amboseli, we stopped at the Great Rift Valley view point.|
|Elephant crossing the road in Amboseli National Park.|
|Elephants in Amboseli National Park.|
|Our driver was able to take us very close to the elephants. He assured us this was perfectly safe - we were not so sure.|
|The view from inside our vehicles. Each of the vehicles had a roof that was raised for animal viewing. Mt. Kiliminjaro can be seen in the distance.|
|Mt. Kiliminjaro in moonlight. The Southern Cross, pointers, and Eta Carina are visible.|
|Elephants with Mt. Kiliminjaro in the background.|
|This baby elephant needed help from its mother to step over the edge of the road. It is getting nudged from behind.|
|A baboon with Mt. Kiliminjaro in the background.|
|The same baboon. Mt. Kiliminjaro is the highest mountain in Africa. It just across the border, in Tanzania.|
|We went on a three-mile hike in Amboseli National Park. This Masai man was our guide. We were somewhat reticent to be out in the open without the protection of a vehicle, but he assured us that none of his guests had ever been attacked.|
|Lone Masai person walking along the road to Amboseli National Park. Mt. Kiliminjaro is seen in the distance. It was so clear that we could see Mt. Kiliminjaro almost all the way back to Nairobi.|
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