St. Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... we walk across! Shoes and socks off and heart in mouth, we begin to wade into the water. Rick has picked a shallow section to cross, less chance there are crocodiles in the shallow water and yes, there are crocodiles in this river! Slowly does it, too much splashing may attract attention! Slowly, your kidding me! I want to run, but we have to keep the line, and I am at the back! I feel like a migrating wildebeest crossing the Masi Mara river as the crocs eye their dinner ...
... knife for her son. Lunch at Hotel Paradiso, I ordered a Peri-Peri chicken (original Mozambique flat chicken) and it was a whole chicken!!! I chose medium spice but it wasn't that spicy and could have gone for hot. It was only 70 Rands (A$7). No wifi to update blog. Then went to Pick n Pay (Supermarket) and got weekly groceries. I pushed trolley for Philip. He doesn't eat any vegetables or fruit! Then got wine, chocolate and dried fruit for myself, the ...
... 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....
... to the vehicle. In the end there was a road block in the form of a magnificent group of 8 White Rhino, a fantastic group for an animal that is generally solitary or in very small groups. A herd of Zebra, a Warthog and Giraffes were seen of the final part of the trip, but nothing could top the Rhinos.
A late return to St Lucia saw us all exhausted, but we had a reviving shower. Then we had great meal at the excellent Braza ...