Zulani Guest House
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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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... no panic but bloody quick and appropriate reactions.
Sitting that afternoon on the verandah of Nicky's new house we witnessed the build up of the first of the big storms that head this way in the summer. The new house, still under construction or rather finishing off boasts what can only be described as one of the best views in South Africa. Running the full length of the house the verandah gives a 270 degree view over the Buffalo River and towards the Islandawana battle ...
... 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 ...
... bringing some form and structure to the processes. Nicky oversaw the whole job and the rest of us waited to be "ordered about". Stress levels were managed by lots of tea and only a dozen or so jobs had to done over.
Thursday was a fine sunny day and lots got done and as we sat down for our afternoon tea the thunderstorm that has been brewing along with the tea struck. With all the brilliance that only a tropical storm can produce the Lightning streaked ...
... Cape Weavers, Weavers, Cape Robin Chat, the Drakensberg Prinnia; I’d love to spend more time here, but we have to leave, we’re headed for The Sani Pass tomorrow. One last piece of advice from Malcolm: we’re due to be picked up by our guide at 9:30, there’s a strong wind forecast, we should change the pick-up to 6:00. (team decision, sleep in please!)
But first, a pleasant drive to Bulwer to check out the Marutswa Forest Boardwalk (defunct, but ...
... 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 ...