Elephant Coast Guest House
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- Free parking
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... on.Well we then proceeded to have some lively conversations, lots of laughs, invites for motorcycle rides, discussion like farmers everywhere about the state of the weather and a general feeling of bon homie. Jen who works at the Lodge was there with her dad a local Landrover dealer who plied us with yummy ribs and rolls and a good night was had by all. I did manage to buy the last remaining chocolate cake, a double decker monster covered with creamy icing that served us ...
... means "searching for the light." On my very first day in village, my supervisor gave me the name "Nokukhanya" which literally translates into "light" or "brightness." With a sort of twinkle in his eye, he said, "You are the light that we have been searching for, Nokukhanya." Of course later that evening, I shed tears of overwhelming joy. Good grief. Talk about pressure. I am so humbled and my hART is ...
... Afrique had been rated very high. They only have vacancy for eight rooms and is always full. The accommodations were excellent as well as the staff that greeted us.
Today we will tour the wetland park, this too is David's first, so we both have much to discuss. According to the map there are several visiting points, where you can view the area, getting off the car is at your own ...
... land it for a photo. Hippo about, a selection of Herons, Giraffe, Crocs sliding along, Waterbuck, Zebra, Nyala, Impala, Wildebeest, Kudu, Warthogs by the dozen, this place is absolutely teeming with game. Brad hooks a Tiger, I see it jump, and then it’s gone. Smart fish these. A Hippo appears out of nowhere, Whistling Ducks fly by in formation, Geese honk, the Coucal haunting call rings out, Herons patrol the reeds, giant Dragonflies zoom about, I could sit here all ...
... party of Warthog, that were busily feeding at the roadside, almost too close to photograph.
Whilst resting the whole town had a power cut, which put eating plans on hold. We headed in to the town and found the John Dory Grill open as they had their own generator. We ate and then got ready for the night drive.
We were picked up at 7pm and headed into the Western Shores of the iSimangaliso Reserve. The highlight of the night ...