Mrs. Obama ended her trip to South Africa with a trip to the District 6 Museum, lunch at the Cape Town kitchen, and a pretty unconventional meeting with Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
The First Lady and Desmond Tutu discussed HIV/AIDS prevention with Grassroot Soccer, an NGO that uses soccer to educate and mobilize communities against HIV. Instead of meeting indoors, they went out to the field and kicked a few balls. Take a look:
Photo courtesy of Grassroots Soccer
Mrs. Obama at District 6 Museum in Cape Town. Photo courtesy of @Krissah30
The Obama family dine at The Kitchen, a famous hot spot in Cape Town. Photo courtesy [email protected]
And Mrs. Obama and her family went on safari in Botswana where they searched for lions, giraffes and elephants: