Lambaréné & A Hospital. …SAVANNAH?
31st May 2016
Day 56 of ± 189
Moving further South of the equator has induced beautiful and refreshing landscape changes. Its as if we have reached some kind of plateau where the density of rainforest has become patchy due to an increase in altitude and, momentarily, a lack of precipitation. However, it is clear to see that the closer we reach The Congo, the more natural the rolling thickness of pale green savannah grasses become. These reinvigorating patches of open space which now surround us have their pale, swaying sandy-green beauty framed by swathes of lower levels of dark-green forests of rain – fading into the future’s hopefully distant memories.
Tomorrow → Day 57: 1st.June.2016 — The REPUBLIC of CONGO
*Check out Jørn and Lukas’ 3 videos created from the first couple of months of videography from the trip down below, before further footage was either lost or stolen:
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