Makakatana Bay Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today was a very busy day! The winds have died down and we are excited to see what the day will bring. We started the day with a game drive that landed us along the banks of Lake St. Lucia. The game drive was wonderful, we saw more game on that drive than we had the previous day. We were still waiting to see the larger game, and hopefully with the …
Wow! This trip has been amazing so far! First, after I posted the blog last night, and Jeff and I returned to our room just in time. There was an amazing thunderstorm with incredible thunder and lightning that you could see from our porch. I made a quick movie of the storm towards the end of it. Take a look! Now onto Day TWO. With the storm last …
... does Philip. No blog update. Courtney arrived and is staying 2 nights. Another 2 researchers (Ursa from Slovenia) and Stacey also arrived to stay. Left at 3.50 and went to boma and took Ursa and Stacey. Ursa is collecting fresh Wild Dog faeces for research. Hyena at boma. Saw monkeys in tree on way back. Back to camp around 5.30. They were butchering impala out the back when we returned. Probably for meat for themselves, must get some allowance to do this ...
... they have an M shape on their backsides and they get eaten by everything – poor things. We saw one elephant up close, away from the group. It’s amazing that something so big can survive on just grass. The only thing which hid from us was the lions, I’ll have to visit them another time.
On Wednesday we did a horse safari in the Isamangaliso park. The zebras and the wildebeest let us get really close because they were happy to let the ...
... species to the trip list with quite a European flavour : Curlew Sandpiper, Little Stint, Ringed Plover, Purple Heron and Sandwich Tern. However there were other good African birds :- Blue-cheeked Bee-eater, and Pink-backed Pelican to name but two.
Back at the apartment, frustratingly a Tinkerbird was calling repeatedly and loudly from a tree directly in front of apartment but I could not see it. Hippos were grunting well by the jetty in front of rooms.