Fourth and the last day, Tarangire National Park. We left the hotel and were back in the Safar truck on the reserve. Strange way to dry my socks liners I know, but hey, it worked. We caught our first glimpse of the elephants on the opposite bank of the river with the help of a pair of binoculars, and soon the cameras were firing. The telephoto lenses came in handy. Even Alex’s iPhone adapter. A short ride away we had a closer encounter with another heard. We were brave or stupid enough to step out of the truck to stretch our legs and catch a glimpse of the Tarangire River. Let’s hope we don’t have to rush back. The few lions we encountered ignored us entirely as I’m sure they are used to the daily caravans of tourist passing through. A group of elephants said their goodbyes as we left the park on our way back to Arusha. A couple couldn’t get their trunks off of each other and retread for some privacy, I presume. We stopped at a massive gift shop with everything you may want. And that was my safari day in a minute, and it only took a minute of your day, Kili starts tomorrow.