Mysterabbits, Part II
November 17, 2013

Since my earlier post, Mysterabbit followed me to the +265 and the +260 -- Malawi and Zambia, to be exact.  Here are some choice photographs of Mysterabbit taking in the new vistas and meeting new friends from the animal kingdom.

On a safari at South Luangwa National Park, seeing some Thornicroft giraffes

South Luangwa National Park is a game-reserve-turned national park in eastern Zambia.  It was the dry season when Mysterabbit visited the area, so there were many wild animals out in search of water.  Apparently, the park is relatively well protected from poaching, also, which meant that Mysterabbit was able to see many animals in the wild.

Mysterabbit also visited Senga Bay, Malawi, near the southern tip of Lake Malawi, the ninth largest lake in the world.  Sitting on its beach, the body of water appears as wide and expansive as an ocean.  Villages near the lake sell wooden handicrafts often resembling figurative animals.