“Jabari kumasaidia ( God help them),” Makali whispered.
“Anything we can do?” Miles asked.
“I wish,” I said. “We can’t put our guests in that kind of danger, but we better watch and be extra careful,” I added.
“Lion don’t normally roam too far from their home. I’d think we’re far enough away,” Bryce said.
“Yes, hopefully, but these are confirmed man-eaters now. They will be unpredictable. All we can do is be prepared and alert.” I said.
“Charles, as you know, lion attacks are much more frequent in Tanzania than in Kenya. I can’t even remember the last time I heard of a human being mauled by lion in Kenya.” Miles said.
“Well, you are right. You know what, though, we are close to the Tanzania border. The town of Uregi is only about 20 km from the border. These three lions could easily have crossed to the Kenya side.” I said.
“We’re only about an hour drive from Uregi,” Bryce added.
“Yep, I know. A little too close for comfort. Extra careful this morning, boys.” I said, turning away.
“Let’s go get our stuff and meet everyone back here in about 10 minutes,” I said.
“Charles, do you think we should alert our three guests about the lions?’ asked Miles.