Makakatana Bay Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 …
... in full action and I am surprised by my innate will to survive this danger. Our pace has quickened, it feels like Rick just wants us out of here and hopefully we won't run into the back of a lion on the way! I am right behind Rick, on his heels, my head turning in every direction looking for movement. He gets slightly ahead of me as I turn and look to my right, Rhino, in the bush! Rick hasn't seen them and keeps walking. I am shocked (and impressed) by my reaction to drop to ...
... river, two more bull elephants walking across the river and two white rhinos in the reeds as they walked towards the river! This was such a busy area, I wished we could have stayed here for longer, but we were running late and didn't want to get in trouble with park rangers.
For dinner we had a barbecue and a spotted hyena kept us company, as it constantly patrolled the area in the hope of being fed. Tonight was an extra early night for me, as we had to leave at 5:15 in the ...
... to make them look better. He explained beer pots. Host has to drink out of them first. If big pot for many guests, they use gourd cup to dip in. Upside down lid means no beer left (they can't say they don't have any). Lady showed how they balance pots on their heads. They sleep with their head on wooden benches to strengthen neck muscles. Saw inside of Zulu hut. With grass thatching it will last 40 years. Men make frame from ...