Makakatana Bay Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
... I took over - the small differences that can make a difference to a kid like a little stuffed koala... the next day we went to a schoool and spent time with the kids there seeing their classes and during the breaks, really hard hand clapping games and lots of photos.
The next days were spent with 2 on 'Conservation', one day visiting the crocodile centre and doing some extra work there - also involving cutting ...
... and waited in ute and other tourists in their car. The Dogs got to kill and started eating, lots of bone crunching!! Quite dark by then. Had car headlights on in direction of kill but it was in the bushes. Then they pulled it out and we were able to watch them eat. They got through it quickly and there wasn't much left. Then the Hyaena's came, they are a lot bigger than I expected and very solid. There was 3 but 2 ...
... sited within the Eastern Shores part of the iSimangeliso Wetlands Park. On the way we saw an impressive kudu male with his family, impala and waterbuck.
There was light drizzle by this time but had cleared by the time we reached Mission Rocks. Last time we visited there was a large expanse of rocks to clamber over and the sea was further out. The tide was obviously in much further but still room to jump around the rocks and take some photos.
Whilst scanning the sky ...
... other Snake Eagles but equally obliging.
After a relaxing dip in the swimming pool we headed to the jetty for the boat trip. The light was now awful with heavy cloud and rain, but on the boat we were undercover and dry. As ever the trip was rewarding despite the high water levels. Hippos and Crocodiles were the main purpose of the trip and there were certainly a lot of Hippos. Crocodiles were only seen gliding along ...
... beach including Titanium, which in turn attracts nesting turtles because it it keeps the sand several degrees warmer and hot enough to hatch the turtle eggs. iSimangaliso Wetland Park has 5 recognisable ecosystems. Enough of the geography lesson, Colleen provide us with towels, mat and snorkeling gear for the reef at the beach. With high anticipation we set off and much to Jackie's relief I was able to drive again. In the park ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet