St. Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I am so overwhelmed with emotion, fear, relief, and excitement, that I almost cry. I can't keep from smiling, that was the most intense, incredible hour I have ever experienced and it was really real! Rick also seems relieved to have us back safe, but is thrilled with what we just experienced! Tea and cheese bread warm us up before we change out of our soaked through gear, just as the storm passes and the rain subsides, leaving a eerie sense of calm in the bush. Since our ...
... As we drive along the street looking for our next inn, we spot some monkeys just wondering around and a couple of them carrying their babies on their bellies and a mongoose along side of them.
Our first night is at a B & B hotel called the Seaside Inn. It is a fabulous hotel with a very tropical
environment. Our sliding glass door opens to the patio where there is ...
... Hyena still there, lying on road behind boma, wouldn't move. Philip tried to shoo it away but said it started drooling when he had his arm out the window (he quickly withdrew it!!) Philip stopped for Zebra, Giraffe Back to camp 5.30. Leftovers for dinner, I had spag Bol. Chatted with Courtney about her experiences then snakes, spiders and scorpions. We'll all have bad dreams tonight. 7pm and 28 degrees! Bed ...
... edge of Hluhluwe. We took the Magangeni loop and stopped behind a safari vehicle who were viewing white rhino in the bush by the roadside. As we watched, more rhino emerged, eventually there were 8 white rhino in the road. An amazing sight to see so many in one place, making our total of 11 white rhino seen today !!
Back to St Lucia, tired and elated. Off to the Brazalian restaurant for dinner....
The day started hot with a little light cloud. The morning got almost unbearably hot and then the clouds started building. Thunder and lightning by 2.30pm with the rain eventually arriving around 4pm.
I took a pre-breakfast walk round to the bridge crossing and back just before 7am. Although only a half mile round trip I was sweating well by the time I returned. Birding was generally slow, as although lots of ...