Santa Lucia Guesthouse
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... next day for morning tea.This was NOT a contrived event in any way at all but long term local folk getting together to have rural fun and support their local church. It was absolutely authentic and I was very happy to be there. While I perhaps would not agree with all the sentiments expressed by some there I was warmly welcomed by all and if ever in this region the first weekend of June again I would never miss this event. But I have probably had enough German folk song music for a while.
Wow. I'm so grateful to be living right here, right now, at this moment in time, doing what I love. Today marked my very first day in the province of KwaZulu-Natal ("house/land of the Zulus"). My assigned, permanent site is here in this beautiful province. I was bussed to meet my new supervisor and host family. It is here that I will actually serve as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Because we are still ...
... 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 ...
... time for breakfast, and surprise! Pen and Shirley have decorated the whole room with party gear. And bags full of presents. Someone is being well and truly spoilt. Another full breakfast, with Champagne of course, then it’s time to cruise around and across the lake, back towards the dam and our last mooring. This is a huge body of water, some 42 Km end to end, and about 25 Km across, 80 meters at it’s deepest, the Lebombo mountains as backdrop. We cruise along ...
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 ...