The Estuary Guest Chalets

Address: Saint Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia

Charged by Rhino!

A travel blog entry by africazen on May 28, 2014

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... Wild Dogs. Saw Giraffe, Zebra, Monkey, Wildebeest (that were prancing and carrying on), Warthogs, Buffalo, mouse (yes, scampering across road in headlights) and a Lappet-Faced Vulture which is an animal of interest so had to log that. As sun came up, Axel played Lion King music on phone! Stopped at Mphafa hide and saw lots of birds near waterhole, canaries, dark-capped Bul Bul's. Axel said he had to close ...

Ilala Weavers via iSimangaliso

A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon on Mar 10, 2014

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... or mud for waders with the water lapping against the grass. A muddy area inshore was quite productive for birds with two firsts for the trip of Black-winged Stilt, and Little Egret. Also present were 3 Yellow-billed Storks, one adult, which I photographed, Grey Herons, Red-billed Teal, Yellow-billed Duck and a Long-crested Eagle. A huge eagle flew from a dead tree as we reached the parking spot, I followed across the bay where it flew round ...

Ithala Game Reserve to St Lucia

A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon on Mar 06, 2014

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... species to the trip list with quite a European flavour : Curlew Sandpiper, Little Stint, Ringed Plover, Purple Heron and Sandwich Tern. However there were other good African birds :- Blue-cheeked Bee-eater, and Pink-backed Pelican to name but two.

Back at the apartment, frustratingly a Tinkerbird was calling repeatedly and loudly from a tree directly in front of apartment but I could not see it. Hippos were grunting well by the jetty in front of rooms.

How Not to Get Eaten by a Crocodile

A travel blog entry by another-sky on Nov 09, 2013

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... and it is a clash of cultures that will never easily be resolved.

In the mean time, we are thankful and humbled by our wild life experience in this little corner of Africa. We are thankful to the nations and the people who try, sometimes against all odds, to save and preserve the magnificent wild heritage of the African continent. We certainly do not want to be eaten by crocodiles, but of course crocs are not the problem. People ...

Day 9 &10 - Vertigo!

A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 13, 2013

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... the bed and watched Jackie pack all the bags. Afterwards we tried to go to breakfast, but I could hardly walk. Jackie had to guide me by the arm, whilst telling everyone I have been unwell. I felt a right idiot, because it looked like I was paralytic drunk. Jackie sat me down at a table and got me a coffee, which I drunk whilst watching her lug all the bags to the car. I couldn't face food, so I knew I must be ill! There was no way I could drive and we ...