This is my first trip to Southern Africa, I lived in Northwest Africa and visited Kenya & Tanzania twice. The people in Kenya & Tanzania are similar in customs and kindness to the people I met and observed in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, & less in South Africa. We started in South Africa, I arrived a day earlier and visited The Cradle of Humankind, the caves where the earliest Homo remains have been found. I have had an interest in our evolution and migration out of Africa for a long time. So a visit to The Cradle of Humankind was perfect. On a previous Tanzania visit I experienced the Great Migration from Tanzania to the Mara River which divides Tanzania from Kenya. On this migration, 100,000’s of Zebra’s, Wildebeest’s, and all the other wildlife makes this migration across the Mara River into Kenya. Several months later the reverse migration starts back into Tanzania. The grass eating animals not only has to fear the predator’s on the ground, but waiting in the Mara River are the Nile Crocodile’s licking their lips for fresh meat. But getting back to The Cradle of Humankind migration, these people had to follow their food supply, whichever direction they traveled. The ice ages controlled the direction and where people & wildlife would be able to travel.