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Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
... We made it up he steep edge of a leafy hill where 3 elephants were eating leaves. The elephants could be seen from the path but were somewhat far away and began to move down the hill. Jacques told us that we were about to go into "Vegas" and to remember that what happens in Vegas stay in Vegas. Jacques pulled our vehicle into the long grass and navigated over rocks, roots, and small shrubs to chase the elephants down the hill. We got much closer and got a better view of ...
Weather for today looked variable so we decided to risk a trip to the estuary mouth and the beach. John disappeared to check for waterbirds and Ann and Gill walked out to the sea. It was cloudy but very warm, sitting and sunbathing was in order. Michael walked around the beach and water's edge taking photos and chatting to everyone!
John came back, pleased with his sightings and after a short drinks break we decided on a visit to Mission Rocks. This is a rocky beach on the ...
... are zebra, waterbuck , kudu, wildebeest and warthog. And these amazing little monkeys - the males have bright iridescent blue testicles! This is obviously a very popular fishing spot there are a few of twin hulled boats that have returned from fishing and people cleaning good sized yellow fin tuna a dolphin fish. The beach is beautiful golden sand and the warm Indian Ocean. Tony and I walked along the beach while the others waited in the shade ...
... better and was able to take us out on 10 Families that morning (nutrition program). We visited Minhele - a young disabled girl - it's believed she might have had a stroke as a baby or has cerebral palsy. That day she was as smiley as ever - something that has not always been the case for this little one. Often times an overload of attention and stimulation causes Minhele to become upset and cry, but she giggled and smiled at us which was amazing to see. She gained another ...
... were all devastated by the news. A few of the volunteers were able to visit his family and pay their respects on Monday and some will also attend the funeral on Saturday.
Another one of our patients, Big Mama who I mentioned in my previous entry, passed away as well over the weekend. She was in such bad condition the last time I saw her I figure her passing is a blessing in disguise. Now she is no longer in pain and her family can ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking