Crayfish Lodge Sea & Country Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... only 1 person did not add to the baiting. I have never thrown up so much before; that goes for all the other too, including Cath. With that aside, getting in that cage and seeing a Great White, up close, with your own eyes, is a vision I will never forget and to help me, I had the go-pro running all the time and have some excellent footage from both below and above the water. The picture attached is a shot I got from the go-pro just as the shark breached ...
... the last opportunity to join one of the tours before bad weather set in, and they didn't anticipate any further tours before we departed for our first overland tour. He was very helpful and had us booked into the next day's tour in moments. ...
... I rely upon too much.
Ok, really here! Get fitted for raincoats, wetsuits and booties and get a waterproof bag. Go inside to find more instant coffee (seriously missing a good cup of Timmies, or any drip coffee for that matter) Thats okay, coffee probably isn't a good idea today anyway, peppermint tea, a piece of dry bread and a banana. "Welcome Miss Lisa, please read and fill out these forms", honestly didn't read them. I put my mom down as my next of ...
... toll. Therese is hanging over the side of the boat feeling ill and as a good friend, I try to go over to support her. However, as usual, plans rarely go as planned. Instead of comforting her, I begin to violently throw up over the side of the boat, which triggers Therese to do the same. She will never have orange juice again. By the end of the trip 17 out of 18 of us were sick. It was an awesome sight. At least we weren't as bad as our new friend George, pretty sure he ...
... 2 of the girls got sea sickness but none of us were at all surprised!
I went up to the top of the boat to have a look down to see if I could spot the sharks coming but there was little chance as I'm hardly an expert plus we were already warned the visibility was only about a metre. The bait was ready and thrown out, including poor Gladys and we were told it could take anything from 10 mins to 2 hours for the sharks to come to the boat, if at all ...