St. Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... most deadly animal in Africa, and kill the most people every year, but their young are so adorable! After the boat ride, we drove through the park to a great spot for lunch. Lunch was delicious, and we had some water buck and zebra watch us as we ate. After lunch, we started off, and immediately saw a large group of animal grazing. There were a few young babies in the group including a young Zebra. As we were about to leave, we thought we ...
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 ...
... less bottles!! She found an egg and brandy scented one, yuk!! Toast with tomato and cheese for lunch. 1pm and Axel reported that it is 36 degrees!! Their winter doesn't start until 21st June. Philip arrived about 1.30. Then Axel left. Helped Philip carry big plastic crate to his room. Very heavy. Start time for drive this afternoon changed from 3.30 to 4 as it was so hot. Then back to 3.30 as we had to drop off dead Impala to point 12. 3.30 got ...
... 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 ...
... leopard) as well as giraffes, zebras and hippos - these three of which are considered 'common' game in the country (to which we replied, "not in Canada!" )
Less well known and often considered to be less than magnificent, is the pedestrian wild dog of Africa. Usually confused with hyenas (which are not even canine), the African wild dog shares a place with them, spiders, snakes and vultures on some lists as Africa's 'ugliest' ...