St. Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse
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Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
... Warthogs, and Rhino. Then Axel got a call that there were Wild Dogs at Nselweni Bush Camp, so we hurtled down there and got there just in time to see 7 African Wild Dogs eating Impala in river. Then 6 just left, running through the water, such an awesome sight with the sun shining on the water making it like gold. One Dog was left to battle the Vultures but gave up and joined the rest of the pack. So many ...
... 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 ...
... slightly contemptuous of people. The lion's stare left me with no doubts that, for these wild cats, I could just as easily have been an easy and guilt free lunch.
At one point, we came across a breeding pair - not more than 10 metres from the Bakkie - a surreal moment if ever there was one. (It should have been accompanied by the Beatles track, Why Don't We Do It in the Road.) Apparently lions make love in short, ecstatic bursts ...
... so treated my feet to my trainers only to discover I had failed to pack my socks! We returned to the Sizzler restaurant for a steak, Jackie had chicken and prawns. Still no sign of hippo in the high street. After finishing our wine on the patio, we went to bed at 10.00pm with England 1-0 up. Not the most fruitful day in terms of sightseeing, but quite productive in that we now have our next 2 stops lined up in Ballito and Winterton. Song of the Day - Walk by ...
... turned out to be passport control for entry into South Africa. We had our passports stamped again and we were set free. The 1st part of this journey was through a game park and we had to slow for monkeys and kudu. Otherwise, it was a fast, straight road to St Lucia arriving at the Whalesong Guest House at 3.30pm. My head was feeling slightly better, but Jackie insisted I seek medical attention. I explained the situation to the owner, Colleen, who ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking