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Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
... to a hide with a mud wallow and a massive White Rhino was clearly enjoying lying down in a cool bath. A few people came and went, but we sat patiently
and he eventually got up and sauntered off - a great treat to see such a mature beast at peace.
It was now time for lunch and Mike delivered a splendid braai in the bush by the fast flowing river. Vultures circled overhead, but thankfully there were no thieving Monkeys. We ...
... a Ilala Weavers. What we thought would be a light lunch, I had chicken pita, turned out to be a huge portion. We should have known better - order a sandwich and you still get salad and chip in South Africa. I had no room left for a dessert, but Ann and Gill could not leave without sharing a delicious piece of cake.
On to False Bay where, although expected, the water level was so much higher than when we had previously visited. There was ...
... the battle to save them from extinction is an enormous task. Sentimentality has no place in the wild nor will it alone be able to save the wild. True conservation requires lots of time, lots of money, and a daily commitment to stewardship on the part of everyone who cares enough to know, or knows enough to care, about a lowly painted dog.
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... and it is a clash of cultures that will never easily be resolved.
In the mean time, we are thankful and humbled by our wild life experience in this little corner of Africa. We are thankful to the nations and the people who try, sometimes against all odds, to save and preserve the magnificent wild heritage of the African continent. We certainly do not want to be eaten by crocodiles, but of course crocs are not the problem. People ...
... the primary school, I got to tag along on Friday to meet the kids - they are a lively bunch, lots of giggles and smirks, should be a fun time!
Saturday was the first annual Hippo Fest here in St. Lucia. We set up a booth and hosted a Kid Zone for the day. There was lots of food, drinks, music, and local venders. Many Africaans people traveled here for the weekend, so it was interesting seeing a new mix of people. In the evening, myself and 6 other girls ...