Santa Lucia Guesthouse
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... school had crossed the road to join the primary school group on the verandah and had began to sing. The group voice was magnificent with several girls taking it in turns to call the lead phrases that were repeated by the whole choir. Rising and falling the sound seemed to flow one way and the other as did the group swaying in time to the singing. Teachers and the smaller children joined in to the singing and clapped along at appropriate intervals. I ...
... water and another having a difficult time pulling and attaching it onto the trailer. The beach was incredibly so clean no litter, and families out walking, sitting on the sand or fishing.
It was suggested that we should stop at the Lookout Trail, that had a marvelous view of the ocean and the forest. They forgot to tell me of the many steps you had to walk before getting to top of ...
... us. We saw a herd of Red Hartebeest walk along the top of a hill, near them were elands, a young giraffe and impalas.
The sunlight at this time of the day was beautiful. For the next hour an hour, we saw more giraffe, impalas, wildebeests and red hartebeests. These animals were all active now and grazing, as the temperature had cooled down considerably since the middle of the afternoon.
As we drove through the camp, once again we came across ...
... sand sculptures, browse the craft stalls, avoid the rickshaw men. Hare Krishna, local football derby today, Kaizer Chiefs playing the Orlando Pirates, fans out in force, it’s going to be quite a party; it is already. A little bit run down, a little dirty, but what a wonderful waterfront playground.
Can’t seem to find the target cafe, try a food stall for bacon rolls, they've run out of bacon, finally settle for a chaotic Wimpey’s for late breakfast, drive ...
... looked good by Thursday for race day on Saturday. On Friday morning early just as the wind was coming up a lady in one of the villages threw out some ashes from her fireplace but unfortunately they landed too close to the long dry grass and instantly a fire sprang up and began racing across the velt. Soon lots of people were out with cloth beaters and green branches hastily cut from trees to try to put it out or at least save their thatch roofed houses. It was a close call in a couple ...