St. Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
... danger imposed by the massive Elephant a few meters away! The Bull slowly turns toward us weighing us up, ears flared, he's going to charge! This is the most dangerous animal to encounter, if they decide to charge they will not back down! Rick gives out a shout, an then another, it all happens so quick, but the elephant backs down, then gracefully, without a sound, walks away into the clearing. Danger over, and once we all get our breath back, we are gifted with a ...
... they swimming through the water it is honestly one of the best experiences I have ever had. I would strongly recommend this activity for a school group to do, the staff on the boat were amazing they definitely know what they are doing and know how to keep you safe.
When we got back to land I got straight back on the bus to head back to the Hotel to have a shower and relax for a few hours until ...
... the 3rd one away. Axel chased Scrub Hare along road. Got back to camp around 6.30. Got fire going, Axel laughed at me starting fire without fire lighters! He didn't give me time to prove myself. Then used Briquettes. Axel cooked chicken on the Braii (South African BBQ but over coals) (in oven first then on grill which looked like a small bed frame!), had potatoes in foil and Lynn made salad. Very nice. Muffins for ...
... up to Mission Rocks in iSimangaliso Reserve. As we drove through there seemed more animals about and indeed a family party of Kudu by the roadside were excellent for photos.
At Mission Rocks the tide was a lot further in than on our visiton a previous trip. The sum total of birds was 2 very distant offshore immature Gannets. However just beyond the main swell we caught glimpses of a Hump-backed Whale feeding. On the journey back we saw ...