Mtosi is an area well known for the African Cichlid, which is a popular fish amongst hobbyists all over the world.
The area got less populated as we moved north and you noticed the vegetation on the banks being more dense.
The supplements, First Endurance, received from Troisport , do add the extra umph you need for an expedition like this. You do notice the difference after having some after breakfast and during the day. You start breaking oars, like yesterday.
Lunch was enjoyed with a number of baboons on a spot along the way.
Late afternoon we saw a few crocodiles, a friendly reminder that we are not alone on and in the lake.
After covering 39 km, we decided to call it a day on a lonely beach, about 40 meters wide, with the knowledge we are 25 km from Kipili, where we will take Monday off and enjoy some snorkeling with a few beers. See above image with Kipili and its islands in the top left.
We feel a lot better tonight compared to last night.