Thursday, May 2 I left JJ's around 9:00 to go to the Lake Magadi. On the way I stopped at Olorgasailie, here, Pre-historic Site in the Great Rift Valley where the great adventure of the hominids started, more one million years ago, when the great monkeys became bipeds to seek their food after the disappearance of the forests by traversing the Rift Valley northwards. Then I went at the edge of Lake Magadi, here, where I bivouacked during two nights to take flamingos in flight in the small hour.
Saturday, May 4 I moved towards Amboseli National Park, here, where I arrived around 14:00. After discussion with a ranger and payment of fee I started to visit the park around 14:30 until closing at 18:00. I established my bivouac for two nights in Kimana Camp, in the process of becoming a ruin. Entered tardily I could return in the park the next morning as of 6:00 until the hour of my entry the day before at 14:30. The park is a marshy plain where herbivores feed. The second day around 6:30 I saw four cheetahs admiring the sunrise wallowed in the plain. During my visit at the time of a break I admired Kilimandjaro, 5895m, whose summit was still partially snow-covered.
Monday, May 6 as of early dawn I started from Kimana Camp to go to visit West Tsavo National Park, here. The park is covered with a luxuriant and very green vegetation making the view of the wild animals very problematic. Moreover I saw only one giraffe, the zebras and some impalas. Moreover the covered with very deep corrugated track make the progression very slow, a true martyrdom. I decided to leave this green hell, certainly with imposing landscapes of mountains and old volcanos, by Tsavo Gate to go to bivouac and have rest in Sagala Lodge on A109 moving to Mombasa.