Afrikhaya Guest House
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Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
... yogurt-like stuff, cereal, coffee, juice, tea, croissants and other pastries, sausage, bacon, tomatoes, beans, and potatoes as well as an egg station. Dad and I got ham tomato and cheese omelettes. We returned to the tent after breakfast only to find a larger heard of zebra including two very young zebras outside our tent! We approached slowly and realized that they are not very afraid. It was so cool. The heat of the day was approaching so they were hanging out under a ...
... By this time we were experiencing thunder and lightning and rain had started.
On the boat this weather continued and it started to rain fairly heavily. Still much lightning and thunder. The cruise is always interesting however and we saw many hippos although no crocodiles. Several interesting birds were seen - yellow billed kites, fish eagle and Goliath heron together with waterbuck and buffalo at the water's edge.
Dinner at Italian restaurant.
... and gender confirmation of the newest and youngest members of the pack. It was easy to love the playful pups, with names like Thunder and Flash and Typhoon, and then by extension to embrace the whole pack. But with attachment comes sadness, too, as over the course of several days our observations confirmed that two pups had disappeared, likely falling prey to hyenas, a cheetah, or perhaps even another rival pack of dogs. There is no place ...
... were called nyala or something like that. The bull is stunning and they have loosely spiralled horns. Onwards and upwards... We found a croc in a stream and then decided to stalk an elephant trail ... Effectively follow their poo and the crashed through broken trees! After some spotting and desperate measures we heard that they were down number 7 track! We could see them in the distance heading up the hill so drove to head them off. At the end of the road a tusk appears out ...
... Aus) and planning for home-based care visits and preparing E-Pap deliveries. Our medical volunteers made an awesome team getting everything done efficiently - our coordinator Nokwethemba was out sick for a few days, so it was up to us (along with help from other coordinators of course) to make sure we were all set for the upcoming week.
In Nokwethemba's absence, Shwele (another community coordinator/superstar) accompanied us on our home visits. Wednesday turned out to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking