Lake St Lucia Lodge
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Today we woke up really early at 6 AM, packed up all our stuff (somehow I always end up being the one who packs everything out of my brother and I) and ate a light breakfast of granola, yogurt, and fruit. Thomas wrapped up croissants for us to take with us. I gave him a hug goodbye and he wished my luck with my studies. We left Parker Cottage and took a taxi to the airport, where we took a two hour British Airways flight to Johannesburg (two hour flights are over in ...
... to look for tracks showing where turtles had laid their eggs. I wasn't much help, I couldn't see let alone look for tracks, There were on tracks to be seen!
We returned to the jeep and continued on. Air on the tires was replaced and off we went to look for animals in the wetland area. It was a pleasant drive and we arrived back at the lodge at 10:15
Didn't see the green mamba snake as I walked to my ...
... they are walking or running, or just standing still. They are easy to photograph.
More elephants crossing the road and there are some small babies, it's interesting how protective they are about the young.
We continue driving and notice this rhino lying down on a dry mud hole. At first we think he is dead since he wasn't moving. We kept staring at him and noticed his ears move and his ...
... asked if I wanted white or brown and I'd thought it was to go with my eggs. Then they brought "Perry's breakfast" which was fried egg, bacon and tomato (and chips! Which it didn't say on menu!! Weird to have chips for breakfast). Oh to have Jungle oats! So full. Checked out. James was at reception. Left just before 8. He was very chatty. Reminds me of Yoda. Always hmmming and repeating things. Over 500km drive. Went up over Drakensburg mountains. Travelled along ...
... left the park via Nhlozi Gate. As we passed through the pine plantations on the road out we noticed there were zebra and wildebeest in the pine forest, an unusual sight!
Dumazulu Cultural Village was our next stop. Dumazulu is a traditional zulu village, the people live and work there running a lodge and giving cultural tours to show visitors the past and present Zulu way of life. We were met by the village chief who spoke to us entirely in Zulu, teaching us ...