Formula one ace Lewis Hamilton continued his mid-season vacation in Africa Rwanda and shared his “moving” with mountain gorillas in their natural habitat.
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“The second stop was Rwanda. The beautiful people of Rwanda greeted us with smiles and music.” Hamilton wrote to his nearly 30 million followers in the caption of a photo and video of his visit.
“We went up through beautiful green fields where children sang to us and up a volcano where we found a gorilla. What a sight it was to see them in their natural habitat, relaxed and protected by the community around them.” added the Mercedes star.
As the South African website first reported, 37-year-old Hamilton started the invasion Namibiawhere he went on a hot air balloon ride with his friends.
“This year I’m spending my summer vacation doing something I’ve wanted to do for years. I’m finally looking for my roots in Africa and guys, to say this trip was a grounding experience is an understatement.” he published on Instagram.
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The next Formula 1 race is scheduled Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday, August 28.
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