Zulani Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsZulani Guest House Saint Lucia
We had a lovely 2 nights in St Lucia and anything we wanted we were accommodated for. Room was great and breakfast superb as well as the nightly chat with the owner.
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The life at Fugitives Drift Lodge goes on in its own pace and way, guests come and go, some bring pleasure on arrival some on departure. The little community that lives here are always busy and attending to the daily tasks of running a first class lodge experience for up to 30 guests with two historic tours leaving each day, walks, horse rides, mountain bike trails and the logistics of food and bedding changes and transport arrangements keep this small and well organised ...
... get off. I felt so important!!!!
We get back on and head for the beach. We drive for miles and miles watching the sky and the beautiful waves, it is so relaxing.
The driver stops and opens the trunk of the jeep and places all kinds of food on a tray from the trunk....hot tea or coffee, sandwiches, fresh fruit and snacks. Then he informs us that we are going for a short walk-----It was not short, on this short ...
... a long alternate route but decided that it also presented some river crossings that may be worse with flash flooding. As the water slowly descended we saw that some fence wire had beed washed down by the flood and was stretched tight about half a meter high right across the road. Taking the fencing pliers from my tool kit Andrew and Charl wades into the very very cold knee deep water on our side and by edging slowly and carefully out managed to reach and cut the ...
... round the farmhouse-style kitchen, large dining room and lounge then set off to find her husband Malcolm, who would be our guide.
Gail brought us a tray of tea out to a table set under a shady tree in the garden, where Malcolm joined us. Right from the start it was obvious that we’d struck gold. Malcolm is eccentric, enthusiastic, informative, humourous, knowledgable, passionate about birds in particular and nature in general.
Sitting in the garden, he identified all ...
... or mud for waders with the water lapping against the grass. A muddy area inshore was quite productive for birds with two firsts for the trip of Black-winged Stilt, and Little Egret. Also present were 3 Yellow-billed Storks, one adult, which I photographed, Grey Herons, Red-billed Teal, Yellow-billed Duck and a Long-crested Eagle. A huge eagle flew from a dead tree as we reached the parking spot, I followed across the bay where it flew round ...