St. Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... The trail is 350 meters, it was another challenge for me. I took my time and walked on the side next to the steps. I did it. Coming down was much easier. There was another lookout point which was 150 meters, no steps only a windy path.
Our hostess at the inn said, "Make sure you see the red dunes". We followed this dirt road and glad we had taken her advice, because they were ...
... silently in a dead straight line between them both, and so it begins. The Wilderness walk is aimed to bring one close to nature, awaken the senses of sight, sound and smell and shut off from the noise that is every day life. We are asked to turn off our phones, and take off our watches. There is only two times in the bush, day and night, light and dark! When we come to the rivers edge, Rick calmly tells us we need to cross the river, err ok, so where is the canoe? ...
... very inquisitive. They have such big feet and only 2 toes. 3 were all grey which makes me wonder if what I thought were emus (saw more today) were in fact ? juvenile Ostriches!! Just after I left them they got fed so they were probably hoping for food. Gorgeous grasses, trees and seed pods. Monkey ran up road past me. Workers cycled past me. There is a huge golden orb spider near restaurant. Wine on deck listening to sounds of the African bush. As I write this I can ...
... to the jetty for a boat trip on the St Lucia estuary. This is always a lovely trip and today we were on a small boat with only 15 on board. Stopping at family groups of hippo we were able to watch them closely. As it was early evening many were waking up ready to leave the river to feed on the grassland nearby. Hippos stay in the river during the daytime to keep cool and sleep, feeding on land during the night. As they awoke ...
... From the Nyalazi viewpoint we saw waterbuck and lion footprints in the muddy road surface but no lion sightings.
Stopping at Umbondwe picnic site for breakfast of coffee and tea, rusks and bran muffins we had great views over the Imfolozi river, extremely high water levels due to the recent heavy rains in the area.
A long period of not seeing any game was broken by a large herd of zebra on the road. The long ...