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Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
... took a road trip to St. Lucia, which turned out to be a town very favorable to tourists. The weather in St. Lucia was much more tropical, and much warmer than the weather in Durban. On Saturday morning, we left at 5am for our safari. The safari vehicle was a truck that had been transformed into a safari truck, with four bench rows and removable windows in the truck bed. When we arrived at the game park, the sun was just starting to come out. The very first thing we saw was ...
... I hope I'll be able to visit her again before I leave to see if her foot begins to heal.
Thursday was full of hard-core manual labor! Weew! I spent the morning mixing cement and filling brick molds to create more brick for Inkanyezi creche. African Impact has been raising money non-stop for Inkanyezi and the transformation has been incredible. The bricks we are making now will be for an extension of the creche where there will be a baby room and a small kitchen. We ...
... breakfast, lots of wine, and enjoyed a campfire under the stars- it was hard to leave such a beautiful place.
On Sunday we all said goodbye to volunteers Irene and Alvaro from Spain. So sad! They are such amazing people, so friendly and so so hilarious. I'm sad I only got to spend 1 week with them.
That wraps up my first week here in St. Lucia. I'm way way late on posting this, but better late than never! Thanks for reading!
... leaving Cape Town for Victoria Falls and cannot resist trying to capture their beautiful ugliness. We also saw some very nice birds today: the colourful ‘Malachite Kingfisher’; the also colourful and beautifully crested ‘Hoopoe’; the tiny but tough ‘Crested Barbet’, the ‘Black-bellied Glossy Starling’, and the regal hunter, a ‘Martial Eagle’.
Btw, just thinking of big birds, there is a ...
... come to a conclusion that it is because they are so paradoxical. The Warthog has a very war-like, almost menacing visage, tusks and all, and yet their behaviour appears to be non-aggressive and even timid. Now, of course, we cannot speak to how they might behave if threatened or cornered, and that really doesn’t figure into this anyway. They always seem to be humble, minding their own business and anxious to get out of anyone else’s way.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility