Harbour Vue Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... whale watching in Australia - but only saw dolphins. So this would be a first for all of us.
Then...a few minutes outside of Hermanus, G got a call saying the cruise was off - the seas were too rough. He was obviously upset, as were we, but there was nothing we could do to change the sea condition. As we were near the drop off point for the boats, we stopped there while G went into the office to sort out the itinerary. The boat we would have taken was moored ...
... blocks a day in Zambia and Tanzania, but these were quick and professional.
A note about road speeds: when going through a village in Africa - always slow down to the speed limit (50kmh). Out of the towns the speed goes up to 100 or even 120 (in Tanzania there is ...
... Walkers Bay, which was like a millpond, was a conservation area and they weren't allowed to operate in there! Disappointed we re-booked for the following day. All dressed up and nowhere to go, we drove back to our guesthouse and re-evaluated. The sun was out so we decided that we would walk the 'World Famous' 10km Cliff Path Walking Trail. We whizzed into town and dropped our dirty washing off the laundrette, then parked the car back at our Anchors Rest ...
... have about 5 sharks at the same time, max was 16. So our day was slow activity – nevertheless a great experience!
Afterwards we enjoyed a beautiful sunset and after passing a few restaurant, we did a great
choice: Ocean Basket. An awesome seafood restaurant, they have mainly prawns (all sizes), mussels, calamari and linefish. All of this on a platter. In 7 different sizes.
With 5 different sides. But you ...
... and with their lifelong partners they take turns to incubate the eggs and feed their young. After about a year or two the young penguins blue feathers are replaced with the familiar black and white feathers. These penguins start breeding at about 4 years of age. Each year the adult penguins moult and lose their old worn feathers. It takes about 21 days for the new feathers to come through and during this time they are confined to staying on land as ...