Seasands Lodge and Conference Centre
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Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
... with machetes that George and I really enjoyed... - and swamp water fights that again George and I may or may not have started... all a lot of fun. The other day we went to see the Cat centre, our favourite activity involved patting cheetahs and spending time in their enclosure. We have also become very good at mixing concrete and may come back more ripped than before...
The last volunteer days were spent ...
... the 3rd one away. Axel chased Scrub Hare along road. Got back to camp around 6.30. Got fire going, Axel laughed at me starting fire without fire lighters! He didn't give me time to prove myself. Then used Briquettes. Axel cooked chicken on the Braii (South African BBQ but over coals) (in oven first then on grill which looked like a small bed frame!), had potatoes in foil and Lynn made salad. Very nice. Muffins for ...
... for large seabirds, John glimpsed a large shape. later identified from the photos as a small hump-backed whale.
We were planning to stay in and cook, in fact had almost finished the preparation, when the electricity went off. Looking out we could see that it was affecting the whole town of St Lucia. We abandoned eating-in plans and decide to check if anywhere in town was cooking! Fortunately we found a fish restaurant, John Dory's, that had it's own generator so we ate there. ...
... water. We stopped for African Fish Eagle, Goliath Heron and a roost of Yellow-billed Kites. There were also Waterbuck and a big old Water Buffalo. Was it a sign of the times and life ahead, as there was a coach party of Saga clients on the trip.
Dinner was taken at Alfredo's - an Italian restaurant, and we enjoyed a splendid meal. A litre of house wine red wine was only 75 rand - less than £5, and was very acceptable ...
... 2 Black rhino (I think they were black anyway), then a pod of hippo in a pool. We stopped at a small lake to watch countless birds and followed several unmade roads that took us into different ecosystems. On one road we nearly ran over the mother of all grasshoppers and a number of dung beetles. We went up to a view point looking out over the Indian Ocean and saw whales blowing out of their spouts, but too far away for photos. Next ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking