St. Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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This morning we were able to sleep a little longer. I got up at 7:00 a.m. with lots of energy, we had breakfast at the hotel and returned to our room to grab our suitcases and check out. We are headed to another B & B inn called Afrique. We were too early to check in, but they allowed us to leave our baggage there until we officially checked in. Another fabulous hotel. David mentioned ...
... cut short by the rain, we make our way to the river with a cup of coffee to watch the sunset and any evening game coming to join us for a drink. It seems we are all lucked out on the animal sightings for the day and the river remains only occupied by us (as far as we can see). I bring up a question with Rick that has been playing on my mind since our elephant encounter. Has he ever had to shoot an animal to protect the tourists? Sadly, his answer is yes, and on more than ...
... that we arrived at the picnic/lookout spot. From here there was a great view of a river and just like the rest of the river, it was virtually dried up. We had planned to make a fire to cook jaffles on, but that wasn’t a good idea as it was really windy. Instead we had coffee, rusks and fruit. We went for a little walk around the area, took in the view of a group of vultures and a single white rhino sitting in shallow water and then ...
... at 3.10. Welcomed by Natascha. Cloth on arrival to wash hands and a hot chocolate. Paperwork then shown to room (no. 7). Absolutely gorgeous!! So nice I wanted to cry. This is just what I need. Luxurious tree house (house on stilts) overlooking Fever tree forest. Peaceful, beautiful and divine!! Beautiful deck. Trees (called Fever trees after the British used them to treat malaria) have an amazing green bark (a pale ogre colour is the only way I can describe them). Then ...
... and some birds, heron and jacana. We followed the Vlei Loop (Vlei means marshland in Afrikaans) which leads to a large pan, full of water lilies and wetland plants. More hippo here with jacanas and ibis.
We stopped for a lunch at Mission Rocks picnic site before visiting the beach. On the way down we saw blue wildebeest, zebra and kudu. There wasn't much beach in evidence, just the rocks and pools as the tide was ...