In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “ROY G. BIV.”
Looking back on our 10 months in Tanzania. Moments from our time including Serengeti, Zanzibar, Rubondo, Wag Hill, Tunza, Malaika, Compound and Birthdays
Crab Claw Plant
Life Jackets On (Rubondo)
White Browed Robin Chat
New Dressing Gown
Cocktails in Stone Town
African Monarch Butterfly
Lion and Lioness
Fresh Star Fruit
Isamilo Lodge / NCLC
Giraffes on the Plain
Malakai Beach Resort
Hamerkop – Crest Down
Night Sky on Rubondo
Jembe Ni Jembe
Mwanza Flat-Headed Agama Lizard
It’s mid -winter here. Not that you’d notice. The day is 11hr 58min long compared to the mid-summer excess of 12hr 16mins we get in December. Sunrise is generally between 6:30 and 7:00am, Sunset is generally between 6:30pm and 7:00pm.
There are some aberrations though.
The earliest sunrise is actually 6:25am on or about October 31st.
The latest sunset in actually 7:08pm on or about 27th January.
Although it does feel cool at the moment it is in fact 22°C (the cloud doesn’t help), though it’s forecast to rise to 29°C later on. Year round the temperature tends to hover between 25-30°C year (Daily Max). It’s funny what you get used to.
Photo taken earlier this month at Tunza Lodge
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