[Music] So, we just arrived to our accommodation for the next two nights. It’s called the Kyoto camp, and it’s in the middle of the Serengeti. The view behind us is absolutely amazing, and we’re staying in these little tent cabins which you can see over there in the distance; I’ll show you later. [Music] A zebra pooped on my porch; they’re all around my tent. [Music] There are lions all around our car; whoo, they look hungry. [Music] Morning everyone. It is day two of my African safari. I’m currently on the rim of the Ngorongoro crater outside of the Serengeti which is home to the big five. Today we’ll be searching for elephant, rhinos, lions… elephant, rhinos, lions… I can’t remember. [Music] I just saw a hyena chase after a wildebeest and take him down, and they ran like so hard, it’s crazy. [Music] So, this is our guide Msangi. He’s been doing a great job. We just saw our second kill. We saw a lion just right over there kill a little, well actually quite a large, warthog, which is a little bit sad because I really like the warthogs. But he’s done an awesome job; we’ve pretty much seen everything. [Music] We just heard that there’s some elephants like over on that side of the park, so we are driving over there, and I think I see them in the distance. I got this really big camera to be able to get shots of the animals from the car. [Music] I’m here in the Masai village with… Salash. Salash, and he just gave a tour to us of his home. Thank you for taking the time to teach us about your culture. [Music] We got to go into the school and see the kids learning, and we met their teacher. [Music] Okay, so I was a little confused this morning. The big five are elephants, rhinos, leopards, buffalo … What was the fifth one? Lions. Did I say lions? I think I said that one. Oh, lion, rhino, leopard, buffalo. Okay. Rhino, leopard, lion, buffalo.