Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
The town of St. Lucia, is on the southern tip of iSimangaliso Wetland Park.
Lake St Lucia (37 000ha) and the Eastern Shores (30 000ha) together comprise the largest estuarine system on the African continent. Lake St Lucia was declared a Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Home to hundreds of Hippo's and Crocs! as …
... camp counselor shoes on (literally...I was wearing my chacos) and made everyone orange cakes. I also cooked a hot dog on a stick. It was a great time.
This mini vacation was a good break from Cato Manor, and also a great opportunity for all of us to spend some time together. Now, it's back in the classroom for another week of classes. Next Sunday we leave for our rural homestays. We will be staying in the villages for a week. I am really excited for that experience!
... signify their great accomplishment and also read with other children to help them reach their next goal. Reading Club is probably one of African Impact-St.Lucia's greatest achievements! I have loved getting the opportunity to attend educational projects such as this apart from my usual medical projects. It has been such an amazing experience getting to know the children and sharing in the joys of their new accomplishments. So enthusiastic, vibrant, clever, loving, mature, ...
... had been out in the early morning and had now headed far off the track. :(
With that we headed back to the picnic area and stopped to get the kids some snacks before starting our 3 hour drive home to Durban. Ollie was enjoying a donut when a family of warthogs approached. Previously we had been here and the warthogs had paid very little attention to us so we weren't bothered, but as the warthogs approached ...
... was very peaceful. Whilst we were staying here we decided to go for a walk through the country side. Along the way we saw waterfalls, mountains and wildlife. A whole group of baboons crossed our path, along with a grasshopper, millipede and a range of ...
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Great place and excellent staff, service!! watch out for the monkeys!!
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