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... darkening sky and flashed towards the ground while massive claps of thunder rattled both windows and our ears. Large rain drops were soon followed by larger hailstones and a short but sharp deluge that had the gutters overflowing and the tree branches bowing under the weight of so much falling water. We sat and sipped out tea while the lights flickered on and off for sometimes seconds, sometimes minutes, plunging us into the twilight filled with the ozone smell of ...
... and forecast mid-thirties tomorrow. Bit of a heatwave at the moment, and still no sign of rain.
Lunch at Mundo Vida, a Portuguese restaurant on the waterfront is another gourmet occasion, starting with wild oysters, salmon tartare, aubergine & feta stack, followed by seafood platters including Langoustine, Crayfish, Prawns and fresh-caught line fish, salads, fries, too much wine and a decadent dessert. Penny broke ranks by insisting on paying for everyone, and ...
... is fertile, intensively farmed, sugar cane, pineapple, tomatoes, all sorts of fruit, forestry for paper & pulp. We reach the Elephant Lake Hotel about 3, ready for a shower and change, but it seems someone has sabotaged the water supply. The whole town has just been cut off, and there is not a drop of water available. They're working on temporary fixes, but meanwhile, we might as well head to the St Lucia Boat Club, where there’s a bar and a good view of ...
... the place of our hearts
Daniel is smoking with Glen again
We can see the plumes of smoke
Rising above the plane. oh, oh
We can see Daniel taking the wine
God it looks like Daniel,
Piling his plate again high.
Not to be out done the German tourists that we had encountered during the day, also sang Happy Birthday and the hotel provided a special cake to mark the occasion.
... m the back-marker, feel perfectly safe but it is still an eerie feeling, not knowing what might be round the next corner.
We get back about 12:30. Thankfully no lunch, but High Tea will be served at 3:00, just before the afternoon game drive. Just enough time for a cold beer, then an outdoor shower in the company of a large male Nyala, quick review of events, check gear, and we’re off again. This afternoon the plan is to see if we can find the Lions before they wake up, ...