Lalapanzi Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLalapanzi Guest House Saint Lucia
Sehr hoher Standart in einer alten Colonialvilla. Die Eigentuemerin ist wahnsinnig freundlich und organisiert alles fuer einen. Der Preis in der Nachsaison fuer uns Europaer umgerechnet etwa 27 Euro mit Fruehstueck.
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... one watering hole you could have ten to fifteen different bird species. Anything from a fish eagle to a bee weaver. Once at the lake, we had a couple minutes to wait for our boat to arrive, all we could hear was a lot of splashing and what sounded like someone blowing bubbles in the water. It was a pod of about 40 hippo just on the other side of the reeds! We saw many large hippo pods, and we're even lucky enough to see some baby hippo. Hippo ...
... It was an amazing
adventure. The boat was full with other tourists, speaking many languages. We see many hippos and a one year old hippo with mom. An amazing trip! Saw only one crocodile. So many hippos. We had been told that sometimes you can see a hippo roaming the neighborhoods, so we also went roaming, we didn't see any, that was OK. We had such a great day.
... mad as zebra. Just as we were deciding to call it a day we came up on a small Daihatsu car that had obviously slammed on the breaks and skidded sideways to the edge of the road with its nose in a thorn bush. This particular thorn bush was being devoured by yet another very large Bull Elephant. The trunk of the elephant was less than a meter from this very tiny car and its occupant family were dwarfed by the massive elephant. They were very still and I had visions of ...
... the waves and on a muddy patch there were 35+ Little Stints and a Curlew Sandpiper.
An immature Kelp Gull flew by. Strange being on the shoreline and seeing so few Gulls and indeed any other birds offshore. South African beaches seem deserted and there is very little seaweed or shells. I also managed to get to photograph a co-operative Blue-cheeked Bee-eater on the beach. After a drink, and with some drizzle around we decided on a ...
... today as we do not go out again until 7pm for night drive. We found out that over the weekend the 2 sub adult males had been seen along with their mother and her 2 young cubs all together on an area called 600 ( which is 600 hectares) just by the lodge. The mother and her young cubs have not been seen for many months and we were the last to see the 2 young males on November 29th, so at least we now have some idea where to start looking. After a lazy morning and lunch we went and got ...