Well, not exactly where the arrow is pointing; we live about two rows of houses back in the middle of town
A little further along on our drive, Grant stopped the car to speak on the phone. I took a photo of the road ahead.
The road through the bush beyond Mwadui
Further along, Grant stopped again and I decided not to be lazy but to get out and take a photo without the buddy whip in the foreground!
We spotted quite a number of birds, ducks and even watched as a Black Kite swooped down on an unseen prey on the dam's edge.
Agama lizard sunning itself on a warm rock near the road. Agama lizards are one of various small, long-tailed, colorful (the males) lizards found in Tanzania
No trip around the mine is complete for Grant unless he stops off at the overlook to the mine pit