Seasands Lodge and Conference Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... South African border and went through with little fuss. We continued driving into Kwa-Zulu Natal, kingdom of the Zulu people, an enticing, spectacular and fascinating multi-cultural showpiece destination. The Ubombo Mountains were on our left making the border with Mozambique and which extended all the way to Kenya. To the surprise of our guide Nikki, we immediately spotted three giraffe, warthogs and impalas which ...
... Zebra just off in the long grass and Vervet monkeys on ground and in trees. Went for walk to just before entrance gate, saw Kudu. Lovely to get out and walk and enjoy nature. Back to room. Diary. Photos may take a while to appear on earlier entries as I need wifi to transfer from iPad to blog (in any quantity). Wifi here but at cost so I will use up my data from Telstra first. Hopefully Durban will have free wifi. Transferring ...
... and some birds, heron and jacana. We followed the Vlei Loop (Vlei means marshland in Afrikaans) which leads to a large pan, full of water lilies and wetland plants. More hippo here with jacanas and ibis.
We stopped for a lunch at Mission Rocks picnic site before visiting the beach. On the way down we saw blue wildebeest, zebra and kudu. There wasn't much beach in evidence, just the rocks and pools as the tide was ...
Went to visit the new Western Shores part of the iSimangeliso Wetlands Park. A well laid out park but drove around for quite some time before seeing any animals.
After much rain during the last few weeks the vegetation was very lush and the grass high. It was therefore difficult to spot animals,especially the small buck.
... minutes or so for three days - a marathon of physicality that no doubt could inspire many gender-biased sex jokes. Let me just say that neither cat seemed to mind. The only uncomfortable ones were us humans, the observers-turned-voyeurs, who couldn't decide whether to put our camera settings on au naturel or Triple X. I just had to take a snap, but also tried to avert my gaze. After all, my mother always told me that is was not polite to stare.