Aire Del Mar Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... do it again and again Therese and I barely move. Finally the guide gives up on us and the shark diving experience goes on without us. Eventually we are able to dive under when the sharks swim past and they are even larger than they appeared above the water. I am now under water, holding my breath, looking straight into the eyes of this great white beast swimming at me. I then feel what I can only believe to be an intentional kick from Therese. I soon realize that my dream ...
... at was gone again before I knew it very exciting, I think maybe all the excitement and the previous vomit led to me puke while in the cage with 5 other people but at least no other bodily fluids were present!. All and all the sharks were very sedate and curious it was an amazing experience! fantastic day, exhausted but was so worth the sea sickness. Finally after 3 hrs on the water we are packing up to head back In when a cry rings out "I just puked on a ...
... came equipped with its very own braai. We immediately headed out to the grocery store to pick up some steaks to barbecue over the woodsmoke grill. When we returned, we poured ourselves each a nice big glass of red wine and settled in on our veranda to watch the ocean. There was no internet in the apartment, which would have been a big problem if Dennis had to work, but it ended up being really nice not to have any distractions and to be able to focus on the natural ...
... still was able to make the 5:30AM wake up call for our shark cage dive at Gansbaai - 2 1/2 hours southeast of the city.
On the trek, we chatted with an English bloke who told us it was his second time in 3 days doing the dive (apparently, the first day wasn't all the great in terms of visibility). This made me a bit worried but the day did little to disappoint.
Rob and I volunteered ...
... and viruses and where they live and what can happen when they spread. We then did a demonstration with paint to show that when someone coughs or sneezes in their hand that it can spread to many different people even if they didn’t come in contact with the person that actually sneezed to begin with. Along with that, Jen demonstrated the proper way to use hand sanitizer and we donated a few bottles to the school to hopefully help decrease the spread of illnesses ...