Santa Lucia Guesthouse
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... that politicians fall into these traps as usual and bring in draconian regulations without making any real attempt to actually deal with the situation. There was some amusement here when Ebola free Rwanda began refusing entry to US citizens as the disease had been reported there and there were no cases in Rwanda. Westerners who subconsciously think that they rule the world and can pretty much do what they want whenever they want got a dose of their own high handed medicine for a ...
... to a relieved couple sitting forlornly in the little van with their driver.
We quickly loaded their bags and them into the Toyota cabin and although it was all a bit of a squeeze turned to recross the river. While we had been waiting to make the first crossing the rain had restarted and the lightening flashes showed that it was now poring much heavier upstream and we did not want to get caught by a new torrent sweeping downstream. The passengers seemed a ...
... Jackals, Baboons - we see a troop grazing. No sign of the fascinating Klipspringer unfortunately. Wind is getting up. No chance of spotting many birds. One solitary Jackal Buzzard hunting. Here are some derelict buildings, once a trading post called “No Hope Trading Post”, now ruins. Soon we reach the SA border post, passports please. Wind is really blowing, dust clouds sweep through. Proteas cling to the slopes, they’ll flower next month. A few large Eland graze ...
Day 5 Hawane, Swaziland to St Lucia
We awoke to another magical dawn with the sun coming up behind the rondavals. We were all up ready with our bags packed and at reception before scheduled time. After breakfast several of the employees were waiting at our huts to take our bags and were totally surprised when told we had already taken them out beforehand. Departed Hawane Resort by 7.30am and headed down south ...
After checking in we visited the estuary mouth to watch for hippo and croc. The water is very high after all the rains, we could hear hippo but not see them. An island in the estuary had several large crocs sunning themselves, also a giant kingfisher and pelican. John spent an hour of successful bird watching with 15 new species for this trip found.
A friend Bernard has joined us for a couple of days so all went out to dinner at fish restaurant tonight, good food and ...