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Great place and excellent staff, service!! watch out for the monkeys!!
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... always opportunities for telling a few "yarns" and always lots of laughter at the antics and questions of the guests as well as good humored ribbing of any small mistakes made by those staff present. It is a happy and busy place with ALWAYS something happening. There was a dress up party for Halloween but the pumpkin pie I made for Thanksgiving for Laura the Peace Corps volunteer working for the Foundation got a mixed reception. Not sure that South Africans taste buds are ...
St. Lucia's weather is so different than the other places we have been too. The morning was windy with a bit of light rain. But, this is not going to stop us from exploring this small community.
Today is Sunday and I am going to attend services at St. Lucia Catholic Church. We find out they only have one mass at 8:00 a.m. So off we go. The church is very new, it had ...
... then I hit the deeper and faster flowing portion and half a car length in I decided on retreat. The water was coming up the door on the driver side and I did not want to put that much surface area into the stream as it would create a lot of force against the side of the car. Backing off we waited another fifteen minutes and had another go with the same result, another retreat from the depths. Finally on the third try the mighty Toyota surged thru and up the ...
... a few barn owls who nest in the roof. We didn’t see them, but evidence of their presence was everywhere! We didn't walk far, were only out for about an hour, but in that time he gave us great sightings of Blue Cranes, Common Waxbills, Plain-Backed Pipits, Denham’s Bustard, Orange Throated Long-claw, Spur-winged Geese, a pair of Grey Crowned Cranes spectacular in flight and a pair of the critically endangered Oribi antelope, all the while maintaining an often hilarious, ...
The storm abated during the night and by 7am it was plenty warm with a little light cloud. Sitting on the veranda with a cup of coffee I, at last, met my nemesis of the holiday, and saw a Tinkerbird. Albeit playing the recording of a Red-fronted Tinkerbird I spotted a small bird in the vegetation. Carefully observation proved it to be a Yellow-rumped Tinkerbird. The calls seem very similar to me, but another lifer for the list.