The First Family Dines at a Nature Reserve

The First Family Dines at a Nature Reserve

The first family is having a private dinner at the Mokolodi Nature Reserve in Botswana.

Published June 24, 2011


First Lady Michelle Obama and her family ended their first day in Botswana Friday evening at the Mokolodi Nature Reserve. A small bird with a turquoise-colored head loudly cheep-cheep-cheeped and performed acrobatics in the air as a blazing sun began winding down for the night.


Dinner was served at a round, thatched-roof restaurant called Mokolodi, whose terrace big-game animals like to stop by to people-watch by the terrace. The Obamas and their aides dined privately, but perhaps a zebra or giraffee saw what they were eating.


Boroko! And don’t forget to check out for daily updates from the first lady’s trip. Twitter users will be able to track updates about the first lady’s experiences and interact with others who are following the trip with the hashtag #youngafrica.

(Photo: AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, Pool)

Written by Joyce Jones


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