Igwalagwala Guest House

Address: 91 Pelican Street St., Saint Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 91 Pelican Street St., Saint Lucia.
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Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia

First drive in iMfolozi

A travel blog entry by africazen on May 27, 2014

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... Met Courtney whose staying here for a few days, doing PhD on Rhino dung. We were to go on drive at 2pm but then it changed to 3. Left just before 3 for drive to do camera traps and find the Wild Dogs. 6 cameras to check for a guy doing PhD study. Had to change batteries and SD cards and sweep the path of prints. At one of the camera Axel told us to stay put as there was a bird there that hung around dangerous animals and he could hear something ...

Day 5 St Lucia

A travel blog entry by bushmantours on Mar 11, 2014

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Today we arranged to spend the day in Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve. We made an early start and were at the park gates by 07.30.
Once through the gates a large troop of baboons were all over a bridge over the river. It was several family groups with babies, males and females. The males seemingly enjoyed showing us all and sundry with many photos being taken!
A couple of large buffalo were next and some impala and ...

In Pursuit of Painted Dogs

A travel blog entry by another-sky on Nov 30, 2013

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When considering the wildlife of Africa, the 'Big Five' are a must see when visiting the continent. The term 'Big Five,' which includes elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos and buffalo, is actually a hunting reference. Bagging any one of the 'Big Five' in Africa, especially in colonial times, was an obsession which eventually brought these (and many other) species under tremendous pressure, and even close to extinction, especially when faced with 150 ...

Day 9 &10 - Vertigo!

A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 13, 2013

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... he said I was perfect and I would live to 100. He asked me if I was allergic to anything and I told him 'fish' to Jackie's embarrassment. The final diagnosis was that I had an inner ear imbalance, I'm my case possibly caused by the cold swimming pool in the heat and the altitude, commonly known as Vertigo. He gave me 5 days worth of tablets saying it should clear up within 2 days. We got a receipt for insurance purposes. Feeling mightily relieved ...


A travel blog entry by angelamarie on Sep 16, 2013

... occupational therapy, speech therapy, a full medical facility, and a psychologist. No staff member there does just one job and they care so much about the students. One third of the students are orphans. There is a dormitory for the students, and about 80 of the 200+ students live in that residence. I really gained a lot of knowledge from this visit, and left with so much compassion for the kids and for what the teachers were doing to help them.

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