Kwalucia Private Safari Retreat
Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
... zebra nibble the bush. Dunes, marsh, and arcaia fan out until the far horizon. It is truely spectacular place.
On leaving it’s a national holiday: ‘Braai day’ and the air is heavy with grilling meat. Families of whites, blacks and Indians are on St Lucia’s beaches of seemingly unlimited size. After lying in the sun we finally turn our car south as the sun is heading low and consume the miles back to Ballito.
Back on the peaks ...
... poured torrential rain one day, and it turns out (as I later learned) that I purchased a tent that is suitable for "drizzle". So that night I was trying to sleep with my feet in a puddle of water. That was shockingly not the worst part. Neither was the hard, cold ground and the fact that I don't have a sleeping mat. The worst part was that the party at the hostel where I was camping was SO loud that it sounded like ...
... so that they could see the ocean, beach and Santa Monica pier which is the view from her office. Then all the kids got to wave to her in LA and see their faces on the camera. It was so awesome to see their expressions of awe to know they were talking to someone in not only the USA, but to see the beach thanks to the "magic box" we were using! Our final part of the stay here in Zulu land involved an all day safari with our picture perfect guide Ranger Rudi ...
... Heritage Site that extends more than 200 kilometers from Mozambique all the way down the coast to St Lucia. Just to give you an idea of what splendor we were driving into, here's what our guide book had to say about it: "the 328,000-hectare park protects five distinct ecosystems, offering everything from offshore reefs and beaches, to lakes, wetlands, woodlands, and coastal forests." The wetlands are said to be ideal for spotting everything ...
... because we told everyone we were from Alaska and everyone repeated Alaska about 4 times. Than later and a bathroom stop we heard the everyone talking in Dutch and we'd here random things like "state?" "yes state" "Canada" and "Sarah Palin" It was very amusing. The next 5 hours we drove around the game reserve. We saw alot of Impalas, some giraffe's, zebra's, Buffalo (which is buffle in dutch) and elephants. Apparently the Elephants ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking