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Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
... the banks of the estuary, where we came upon a memorial plinth, which was in memory of a girl who had died there. Although it didn't actually say it but a metal plaque on the front also warned of dangerous crocodiles in the area. We put 2 and 2 together and ************** like a long dog. Still not 100% I tried to follow, but I couldn't keep up with 'Speedy Gonzales'. When we got back to the car I suggested we take another route, but Jackie was having ...
... 2 Black rhino (I think they were black anyway), then a pod of hippo in a pool. We stopped at a small lake to watch countless birds and followed several unmade roads that took us into different ecosystems. On one road we nearly ran over the mother of all grasshoppers and a number of dung beetles. We went up to a view point looking out over the Indian Ocean and saw whales blowing out of their spouts, but too far away for photos. Next ...
... going over the difference between HIV & AIDS, how it is transmitted, and methods to prevent contracting the virus. It was interesting to hear their stories of friends or family members currently living with HIV & AIDS or have died from it. I always knew HIV was a huge problem in African countries, but talking with these people and listening to their experiences and how they have been affected by the disease has been unreal. There is such ...
... 8211; for your interest and your good spirit.
We will begin the long journey home tomorrow morning, and will arrive in New York on Thursday morning, and Ottawa Thursday evening. Our son, Les, and grandson, Carsyn, will be collecting two tired travellers at the Ottawa airport, and then, for Terence, it’s off to St. Louis Saturday morning, and for Catherine, off to Whitby on Sunday.
We will keep the Blog open for a while longer and see ...
... thousands of hectares of reforestation area. We had noticed this around Richards Bay when we arrived in the region, and had subsequently been informed that it was a fast-growing species of ‘gum trees’ for industrial production. The extent of it was quite impressive and it continued for many kilometres as we made our way to St. Lucia.
St.Lucia was the South African version of Wasaga Beach or Alexandria Bay – a tourist hub, full ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking