Santa Lucia Guesthouse
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... drooping under the pressure and small streams growing into raging torrents between the rocks and running down the hills sweeping loose leaves and twigs along with small stones and debris. The roar on the tin roof is deafening as we all scramble to shift the furniture back from the verandah edge and if you step into the falling water for as little as a few seconds you are wet through instantly. It is spectacular, frightening and exhilarating all at the same time. I love ...
... holes along the way. There was a section where a large tree had fallen on the road and the only way out was to back up, for there wasn't enough room to make a U turn safely. No sign to warn travelers I was glad this was our last morning.
St. Lucia here we come. St. Lucia is a small community along the Indian Ocean. It offers tourist a number of activities in which to ...
... several inches deep. The local kids were out playing in the streams sailing twigs and other bits of debris along what were usually dry and dusty roads.
We arrived at the northern bank of the Isibindi River and realised that the guests were not in fact bogged but simply stuck on the other side of a 50 meter wide and very swiftly flowing stream. We sat for a while knowing that these rivers rise quickly and fall often just as quickly but there was a lot of ...
... we can see the track snaking up the pass.
How to describe this? It’s a bit hazy, difficult to photograph. A map at the lodge provides a hint: Quaint names like “Suicide Bend”, “Haemorrhoid Hill”, “Hairpins Base”, “Ice Corner”, “Big Wind Corner”. It’s a rough track, about 20 km from the end of the tar seal to the top of the pass. Rugged terrain, high mountains, hairpin bends, vertical cliffs, steep ...
... South African bush braai for lunch at Siwasamikhosikazi picnic stop. Great name! The weather was now becoming hot with a few drops of rain.
We headed on towards Hilltop Camp seeing another rhino by the roadside and an elephant in the distance. John spotted a jackal buzzard and Verreaux's eagle, a first for th trip.
After tea at Hilltop it was time to start homewards heading to Centenary Gate on ...