Santa Lucia Guesthouse
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... or old man of the trip then asked the whole school to cheer us on our way.
We then rode/drove down to the Museum accompanied by the kids on their new bicycles in convoy and as we parked the whole group walked the hundred or so meters down to join us with more singing. It was a wonderful afternoon and will always remain in my memory. I can only thank very gratefully Nicky, Ben and the Zulu community of Shiyane/ Rorke's Drift for their generosity of spirit.
... 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 ...
... life was the track that wound around the hills.
We then arrived at the end of the track and were on the top of one of the highest hills. From here we enjoyed a fantastic view of the bush. We could see Phongolo River and still there was no visible sign of civilisation. Once we had taken our photos and finished admiring the view, we drove downhill and towards to river.
Near the river we scared a couple of kudus; I don't think the animals in this ...
... 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 ...
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 ...