Crayfish Lodge Sea & Country Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... privilege of hearing, then seeing, two Vervet Monkeys playing/fighting and even knocking each other off the deck. Then, as I was getting dried off from my shower, I saw a hippo walk out in front of our cabin and stop to graze. It's not super common to see hippos out of water so I shouted to Erika to get out of the shower and come see too! Then we went to breakfast and the time came to say goodbye to Thuto. We really bonded with him over the last ten days ...
... location we had a light breakfast and briefing commenced, we were instructed not to antagonise the sharks, not to get out of the cage into the water at any point, not to jump of the boat, how to use a regulator (breathing apparatus) for those who did not have their scuba license.
We were soon away on the boat and the decoy was released, we soon saw our first breach of a large female great white, known by her scars on ...
... the road here, we arrive at what appears to be a house. In fact, it is the White Shark Project HQ, at least if we are about to meet our untimely death, we picked an outfit that is about conservation and not just in it for the money from us silly tourists. After a short breakfast and even shorter safety speech, we walk down to the marina to load up. Therese looks at me and says, "wait this isn't a whale watching tour?"
Aboard the boat, we are squished in ...
There is a sign as you enter Gansbaai, which was our next Garden Route destination, that reads "Welcome to Gansbaai, Home of the Big Two," with a picture of a whale and a great white shark. Those two marine giants are the calling card of Gansbaai, and the chance to see the great white up close and personal is the reason we visited. First, though, we stopped along the way for a day trip in Swellendam, a pleasant pastoral town nestled up against the mountains.
... carriageway armed with her speed gun. Luckily I was in sightseeing mode at this time and just admiring the dramatic scenery! At George we left the N2 and joined the R102 that took us through rolling farmland until we accidentally reached a dead end at a beach car park at Klein-Brakrivier. After a quick U-turn and we were back on the N2 for the last couple of miles into Mossel Bay, the western end of The Garden Route. Mossel Bay is a quirky ...