Seasands Lodge and Conference Centre
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
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... to climb, they said " No problem." The young man went and got a cooler container and had ME step up, now I could climb into the jeep. This was so nice of them to solve my problem. There were nine of us in the jeep.
They drove to Cape Vidal and as we are entering the gate, we will be getting off, so the driver and friend will be letting out some air from the tires. The young man had the cooler container ready so that ...
... with what I can only imagine are stunning views of the bush. But first we need to rest. The heat is intense and we need a water break. We sit ourselves down on the lower slope of the hill, overlooking the clearing out onto the White Imfolozi River, this is a special place. Within a few minutes, the sky turns black and thunder begins to rumble, quickly closing in. Looks like we are going to get wet! We unpack our rain gear and start to prepare for a downpour. 'Elephant!' ...
... that say high crime area, do not stop. Some beautiful scenery but mostly plantations of eucalyptus, black wattle (not sure what they use that for, nor does James) or pine plantations. Crops changed from bananas to corn and macadamias to sugar cane. As got closer to Hluhluwe and into towns, lots of people along road, school kids just finishing exams. Such a poor area. Saw monkey on side of road eating corn cob. Driving is so different over here. Main highways one lane each ...
... in charge of entering data into databases (just like work!) and ensuring equipment is in the truck. He took us to "The Rock" but as it's outside the camp fence we can only go there with him, there goes my idea of meditation there. Absolutely gorgeous view of river in the base of the valley. Saw Rhino on other side of river. Lunch was a peanut butter and egg sandwiches. Relaxed, read. Got free Wildlife ACT t shirt, no extra small, so I have a ...
... a Ilala Weavers. What we thought would be a light lunch, I had chicken pita, turned out to be a huge portion. We should have known better - order a sandwich and you still get salad and chip in South Africa. I had no room left for a dessert, but Ann and Gill could not leave without sharing a delicious piece of cake.
On to False Bay where, although expected, the water level was so much higher than when we had previously visited. There was ...