Serene-estate Guesthouse

Address: 119 Hornbill Street, Saint Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal, 3936 , South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 119 Hornbill Street, Saint Lucia.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia

    The Church Bazaar.

    A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne on Jun 06, 2015

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... hearts hung around their necks with their names iced on the front. They reminded me of the metal plates given to Aboriginal people in Australia by early settlers as they "pacified" them into submission. Most worked hard but did not seem that cheerful, perhaps they had not quite caught the liveliness of the German folk songs!But like many aspects of this country things are not always as simple as they first appear. This was a happy joyful crowd out for a good time and ...

    With a Humble hART...

    A travel blog entry by hartherapy on Mar 07, 2015

    1 photo

    ... means "searching for the light." On my very first day in village, my supervisor gave me the name "Nokukhanya" which literally translates into "light" or "brightness."  With a sort of twinkle in his eye, he said, "You are the light that we have been searching for, Nokukhanya."   Of course later that evening, I shed tears of overwhelming joy.  Good grief.  Talk about pressure.  I am so humbled and my hART is ...

    Night Safari

    A travel blog entry by aliceatfr on Nov 17, 2014

    60 photos

    ... one pen, many babies in one pen, and several five year olds in another pen. The matured crocodiles some in single pens, or they were grouped in a large pen. All of them had different size pens all have ponds. Signs are posted all around not to feed them, because they do bite.
    We returned back to our lodge, since we had to be ready for our night safari at 3:15. There was some commotion outside our room, so I went ...


    A travel blog entry by antoniosmyth on Sep 05, 2014

    ... t often get up close to the animals from the water, and it’s a new perspective. We see plenty of Hippo, in and out of the water - not too close thanks Sipho. Rhino, huge Crocodile, Fish Eagle, Storks, Waterbuck, dozens of Warthogs, Nyala, Impala, Giraffe coming down for a drink - how he splays his legs in order to reach the water - lots more Hippo and Rhino, a Croc attacks a careless duck, but does no damage; his two pals slip into the water, so we prudently back ...

    Ilala Weavers via iSimangaliso

    A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon on Mar 10, 2014

    3 photos

    The forecast for the day was heavy rain, so the actual weather of grey with a few light showers, and of course warm, was actually better than we hoped for. As an aside I have yet to wear a fleece on the trip.

    The plan for the day was to drive through the Western Shores Reserve as a short cut to Ilala Weavers, for lunch and some retail therapy. We could then visit False Bay, still part of the iSimangaliso reserve complex before returning to ...