Leaving Siad-Ready for Chumbe!

We were headed to the Serengeti Airstrip.
It was about two hours from Western Serengeti.
The drive was stunning and the migration continued their route.
We were graced by nature throughout the journey.
As we arrived Rob & I had mixed feelings; sad to leave Siad but ready to embark in new unknown adventures.
I held back tears and hugged Siad twice.
Siad was too kind and waited for our plane to be in the air…waiving & jumping up and down.
He had a 10 hour drive back to Arusha ahead of him.
As I will always keep in mind what my time spent with such a gentle soul; Siad I will always be grateful for what I have learned from his other side of the world and very grateful for his protection throughout this journey.

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