Elephant Lake Hotel
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This morning we head off in our little rental car to St Lucia. It is a two and a half hour drive and instead of sticking to the main highway, we travel along a secondary road that takes us through some interesting villages and sugar cane farms. Lots of trucks loaded up with the cut cane travel along this road and it is littered with bits of cane …
... 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 ...
... up a feeling of unease. Am I putting these animals at risk for my own personal gain? I need to discuss this further with Rick. I feel in my element here, but to think that I could do more harm makes me feel sick. He explains, of course for a tourist to witness that is devastating and could absolutely result in them never visiting a game park again. But it is such a rare event. There are thousands of people who visit game parks and get to experience, appreciate and learn ...
... who took the booking yesterday for this morning’s bush walk had not informed the guide and that is why no one had been there at 6am. In the end he received a refund for the bush walk and a complimentary evening game drive for this evening. We arrived back at the lodge just after midday.
After a quick lunch, I had a snooze due to the heat was making me tired! At four the others all drove back to Mpila for their evening game drive. ...
... very inquisitive. They have such big feet and only 2 toes. 3 were all grey which makes me wonder if what I thought were emus (saw more today) were in fact ? juvenile Ostriches!! Just after I left them they got fed so they were probably hoping for food. Gorgeous grasses, trees and seed pods. Monkey ran up road past me. Workers cycled past me. There is a huge golden orb spider near restaurant. Wine on deck listening to sounds of the African bush. As I write this I can ...