St. Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... The trail is 350 meters, it was another challenge for me. I took my time and walked on the side next to the steps. I did it. Coming down was much easier. There was another lookout point which was 150 meters, no steps only a windy path.
Our hostess at the inn said, "Make sure you see the red dunes". We followed this dirt road and glad we had taken her advice, because they were ...
... in full action and I am surprised by my innate will to survive this danger. Our pace has quickened, it feels like Rick just wants us out of here and hopefully we won't run into the back of a lion on the way! I am right behind Rick, on his heels, my head turning in every direction looking for movement. He gets slightly ahead of me as I turn and look to my right, Rhino, in the bush! Rick hasn't seen them and keeps walking. I am shocked (and impressed) by my reaction to drop to ...
... on boma. Picked up cleaner (was meant to be yesterday but didn't because of the emergency at the Boma) Saw 3 yellow billed Hornbills in tree. Back to camp just before 10. Tried to load photos onto laptop but didn't work. Gave up and deleted SD card once photos on iPad. Philip asked for a hand making wall (fixing up hole/gate in fence so there was no gate). His first nail pinged of about 2 metres! Missed me just! Then the nails kept bending. I suggested ...
... a new wife as the Zulu were surprised he only had one! After a taste of Umqombothi, traditional Zulu beer, we were treated to a display of stick fighting, singing and the Zulu war dancing. Both Gill and Michael were "invited" to join in the dancing!
The visit to Dumazulu was very interesting and entertaining and gives visitors an insight into the rich Zulu culture.
Back to Wendy's for a great dinner and early night ready for a crack of dawn start tomorrow!
... From the Nyalazi viewpoint we saw waterbuck and lion footprints in the muddy road surface but no lion sightings.
Stopping at Umbondwe picnic site for breakfast of coffee and tea, rusks and bran muffins we had great views over the Imfolozi river, extremely high water levels due to the recent heavy rains in the area.
A long period of not seeing any game was broken by a large herd of zebra on the road. The long ...