Start out at 8:00 this morning, was actually cool, used my safari jacket for the first time. Went off to a hippo pool, many, many hippos and a few crocodiles. Another sighting of a leopard in one tree and then a few miles down the same road, found another on. Feel really lucky, rare find. Saw a lion pride of around 15 lions gathered around a herd of zebras. Could tell the zebras were nervous and very aware of the lions. Then we knew why, we came across a lioness with a zebra kill. Came back to it a little while later and saw the lioness with 2 cubs which literally waked by our jeep. So far, my favorite part of the day. Saw a 2nd herd of sebra with wildebeests mixed in. Apparently they protect one another, the zebras keen sense of hearing helps. Sae reticulated and massai giraffes again today. Then during our final hours on the road we spotted a cheetah with an eland kill. Spent about an hour just observing her. Saw a baboon just sitting on top of a termite mound. And a vulture up in a tree waiting for the cheetah to leave. Got to see some jackals and a secretary bird. Weird tall bird that apparently goes after snakes, mice, rodents. Have never seen the volume of animals like you see in Tanzania. Greater and lesser flamingos, Grant and Thomson gazelles, impalas. Then off to Ndutu Lodge. Now in the lodge at night there are a number of genet cats that sit up on the rafters. At first there were 2, but when we left dinner there were 4. Pretty but they are not tame. After dinner sat outside around the campfire and looked up at the stars, which you can see much better in Africa than at home. No light pollution at all. Very beautiful.