Elephant Coast Guest House
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- Swimming pool
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... original stone cottage homestead currently undergoing restoration with a small building team on site. With no fire brigade service out here all hand swung into action, the men jumped into the pickups grabbing backpack spray units from the workshop on the way, the office girls raced to get fire extinguishes from their wall brackets on the outside lodge walls and threw them to the guys in the pickups as they paused briefly on their dash to the fire. Nicky and I had taken off at ...
... fountain, and so many beautiful plants, very relaxing and inviting to sit outside and enjoy the beauty.
David has made arrangements for a night safari. He mentioned that the jeep would pick us up at the hotel at 7:00 p.m. That sounded great! When the jeep arrived it was the kind with a ladder on the side. I thought, I can't climb up that ladder it's too high! My choice stay ...
... little sleep and it was done. Long haul airline flying does not have a lot going for it to someone who likes to either drive places or fly themselves. Humm flying my little plane back to Africa, now there's an idea!
I was warmly welcomed back by Nicky, Andrew, Anel and baby Emily at the airport and together with Josie the interior decorator for the new house we all piled into the car for the drive back to the Lodge. Stopping to get some things from a ...
... September 17 dawns bright, still and clear again and promptly at 5:30 we set off on what turns out to be another morning of highlights. I shall never forget the experience of walking through the small (300 hectare) patch of indigenous mist-belt forest as the sun rose over the hills.
Using a combination of long experience, keen eyesight, acute hearing, imitative calling and sheer luck, Malcolm treated us to an exciting morning of birdwatching. The idea was to arrive in time ...
Rainy and misty morning gave way to some sun and clearer skies once we reached St Lucia estuary where we are staying for the next 6 nights.
Incidents on the journey included witnessing a head on collision between 2 police bakkies resulting in seemingly all of the police vehicles and ambulances in the area descending on the accident. Shame if anyone else needed assistance!
Booked into the apartment we are using at The Bridge at St Lucia - 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a large ...