Lake Manyara National Park, part 1:
monkeys, warthog, hippo
While the park entry paperwork was done we wandered around a short boardwalk (with information signs).
Lake Manyara National Park was the most wooded of the parks we visited: the part near the entrance was very much jungle rather than savannah. Simon gave us a brief account of the place of the baobab in local culture. A blue monkey sitting on a huge termite mound didn't seem terribly interested but looked on like a bored attendant as we went by.