Our room in the Dik Dik lodge, protected from mosquitos.
Grounds of the Dik Dik.
Never did swim.
We dined out here for our meals.
Birds of paradise on the grounds.
Lillies on the grounds.
From the viewing tower at the lodge. Kilimanjaro, where are you?
Some of the gardens from the viewing tower.
Banana trees from the viewing tower.
A cool ivy.
The flowering plant is a vine covering the tree.
Close-up of the flowering vine.
More birds of paradise.
Inside the Dik Dik Lodge.
Gardens where they grown food for their dining room.
Must be careful walking under monkeys.
They are called blue-balled monkeys, but this one is covering his up.
Walking into the village of Usa River.
People in Usa River.
Kapanya shows us the traditional construction of a house.
Laundry and courtyard of a large house in the village.
Children are interested, yet cautious.
Women carry everything from firewood to water on their heads.
Hopscotch in the foreground. Child with baby on back in the background.
Small boy who wanted to take me home with him.
These girls were enthralled with us.
People work hard here.
These kids finally showed themselves after a game of hide and seek.
As people become more wealthy, they expand with more modern buildings.
Kapanya explains the buildings.
Deserted buildings are not torn down because they still show the wealth of a family.
Children playing in the shcool yard.
Bar? Shop? Sure...
Every ear counts.
A woman talks to Kapanya in the market.
A traditional house.
People selling wares in the street.
Trish found an Arizona shirt from this woman.