They have a lot of activities to take part in if you want to, and they're very reasonably priced. We eventually did the canoeing and the village tour, but they'll be detailed in upcoming posts. For today, we went for a walk on the beach. We've never seen so many different seashells!
We had left a few things back in the car, so after breakfast we walked the half km each way to go get the rest of our stuff.
These are the "rondovals" that are typical housing for this region. You can rent them, but they were fully booked while we were there. We were fine in one of their luxury tents which had a nice double bed.
The lodge overlooks a beautiful coastline.
And a nice beach if you're inclined to go in the water. It's the Indian Ocean here, and the water temperature is not bad.
You can see by the above pics that we haven't had great weather. The temperature has been perfect, but there hasn't been much sun. Of course it is the rainy season here, so it's to be expected. Still, we're missing the blue sky!
Lots of interesting seashells.
This one has perfectly drilled holes in it.
The beach...all to ourselves. Well, we did bump into one other couple.
Oh, and a couple of dogs! Scared the crap out of me when I almost walked right into them before I noticed them. They just looked at me, but I got the impression they would be happy if we just moved along. So we did.
Fun watching the crabs run into their holes in the sand.
We walked back through the fields. Here, someone has been making bricks for a house.
It's a pretty spot, isn't it?
The village of Bulungula.
Traditional homes are round, but more people are starting to build them rectangular.
Looking across Bulungula Bay.
Sunset at Bulungula.