Lake St Lucia Lodge
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... We are 2 or 4 Australians in the 74, this has proven to show us the differences between accents, countries and the amount of concentration we had to use to begin with! Also people do not seem to hold the same appreciation for Vegemite as we do...! Also apparently no other country uses the same phrases, the amount of times we have been picked up on 'Far Out' and who knows what else...!
The week of ...
We woke up early to meet our game ranger Jacques. At 0600 Jacques pulled up to the heritage lodge and tents in the safari vehicle with our other drive group members already aboard. The other 8 members of our drive group were staying at the game lodge. There is a couple from Colorado, a mom and her son and daughter (who are around my age) from New Hampshire and an older couple from South Carolina with their daughter from New Hampshire. Everyone in our group also bought their safari at ...
... the bridge over the Umfolozi river before turning round and heading north to the Hluhluwe part. Water level of the river had clearly gone done a little as there was evidence the river had submerged the bridge recently.
We drove for over an hour without seeing any animals in this vast park, and then came across a herd of Zebra walking down the road. They wandered off and five yards from the road they could not be seen. We ...
... heavy showers now set in. It was warm all day in spite of the rain. Most of the time we don't even wear a coat or jacket just run to dodge the showers!
Arriving at False Bay we could see the water level was much higher than our last visit. There was very little foreshore visible but birds such as storks, heron, ducks and teal were evident.
Returning to St Lucia we ate home-made bobotie that we couldn't have yesterday due to the power outage.
... cut his hair and Pips before having a shower. Hopefully we will have a BBQ this evening for our last night here at Ulwazi lodge. We leave to make our way to Durban airport tomorrow morning at 7.30 ready for our 3 days in Johannesburg. Whilst there I will write the final instalment of this trips blog listing our favourite moments of our trip and recap on all the amazing stuff we have done and experienced. This week has been exciting.....what a shame our time here is up :-( Have a great weekend ...