We ate some lunch, I took a quick nap, and then we were off to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Of all the places I wanted to see in Kenya, this was near the top of the list. They are well known for taking care of orphaned elephants who lose their parents in the wild. Nowadays, they also take giraffe as well as rhinos who need help too. They rehabilitate and eventually release them into the wild. I was there specifically to meet a baby elephant named Larro. She is a very young elephant and looked very cute with her little blanket. I put my hand on her head and she scooted closer. She touched my arm with her trunk which was precious and then went back to eating. But she stayed close enough so that I could give her ears a good scratching. She flapped those "Dumbo" ears a few times and it was absolutely adorable. I then met a beautiful rhino named Maxwell who was completely blind, but he could hear me well enough and came straight to me. I really wanted to pet him but I had to back away as he put his horn through the openings in the gate. Ever since I learned of this facility I had envisioned being out in the forest with the animals but that was not the case. So while I didn’t get the photos I had hoped for, the experience was nothing short of magical and I highly recommend it to any visitors.