St. Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... a Ilala Weavers. What we thought would be a light lunch, I had chicken pita, turned out to be a huge portion. We should have known better - order a sandwich and you still get salad and chip in South Africa. I had no room left for a dessert, but Ann and Gill could not leave without sharing a delicious piece of cake.
On to False Bay where, although expected, the water level was so much higher than when we had previously visited. There was ...
... and a reputation for Hippos wandering through the grounds at night. Despite evidence of their presence we have not actually met a Hippo in the grounds or in the streets !! Monkeys and large family of Mongoose also forage through the garden and would take any opportunity to thieve.
We dumped the suitcases and headed down to the estuary mouth and I walked the boardwalk whilst the Ann, Gill and Mike stretched out and relaxed on the grass. I soon added ...
... of these wonderful creatures, solely for their horns, every year in the park, in spite of armed patrols designed to stop the practice. Outside the park, a rhino 'cemetery' has been erected to try and draw attention to the fact that 600 rhinos were killed in 2012. In 2013, the numbers read 862. There is an insatiable desire for rhino horn in east Asia, and a desperate need for cash in Africa. Conservation, our guide says, "is a First ...
... to go to the bathroom, but I had lost all sense of balance. I had to hang on to something whilst I staggered across the room lurching from side to side. A bit of fresh air on the balcony and a drink of water didn't help. I eventually got to sleep certain that I would wake up feeling fine......wrong. Jackie and I woke up at 7.00am only to discover that I was still just as bad. Jackie was convinced I had cotracted malaria or some other hideous disease. I ...