Ingwenya Lodge

Address: 163 Hornbill Str, Saint Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal, 3936, South Africa | 3 star lodge
 
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This 3 star lodge is located on 163 Hornbill Str, Saint Lucia.
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      A travel blog entry by africazen on Jun 13, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Day 1

      A travel blog entry by scubanut on Mar 16, 2014

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      Our great adventure has begun, starting in Durban and travelling all the way to Cape Town via various game parks, some cultural stuff and some exciting stuff (white water rafting, ostrich riding, etc!) . Our first experience was a drive around the eastern side of iSimangaliso (a Zulu word for "place of wonders") wetlands park with loads to see, including Wort Hogs, Kudu, Red Duiker ...

      Clarens : land of sculpted sandstone

      A travel blog entry by jkjohnson on Feb 01, 2014

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      ... career as a social worker and opened up a modest inn. Seven days a week she starts her morning by trekking up the switchback trail she carved into the hillside. With the eye of an artist, she paused regularly to admire with us the naturally sculpted sandstone formations. We spent the afternoon poking around Clarens' collection of art galleries and stores selling vintage housewares. We claimed a table under an old sprawling apricot tree and ate lemon meringue tart and drank dark ...

      In Pursuit of Painted Dogs

      A travel blog entry by another-sky on Nov 30, 2013

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      ... they have been branded as pests (for preying on farm animals) and like their distant relatives in North America (wolves) and Australia (dingos), in the recent past have been the subject of government eradication schemes - poisoned, shot or snared. It is no wonder that in all of Africa, there are now less than 5000 wild dogs, only about 450 of which reside in South Africa.

      Enter Wildlife ACT (Africa Conservation Team). This ...

      Shopping, rugby and animals

      A travel blog entry by travellingbij on Sep 15, 2013

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      As the boys were determined to watch the Boks play the ABs, the girls (me) orchestrated a shopping trip into a local crafts place. It was called weavers not because they sold weaving but because the weaver birds had set up nests there. This was a gift shop/ gallery/craft shop type place with all sorts of loveliness. Just as a bit of a surprise I ...