Harbour Vue Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... went down to the harbour, and after a considerable wait for said Mongolian, we were underway. One of the crew (there's always one 'entertainer') fed seagulls, first by hand, then with a sandwich in his mouth. Quite a feat of flying skill on behalf of the gulls given the speed we were going and how we were bouncing about. It was about 20 minutes to the site - not too choppy, but very chilly. Quite nice to put on (not clammy) wet suits, but such ...
... ve also gotten out of the "eat whatever you want you're on vacation" mindset and are back to our normal healthy eating patterns. Since we're going to be doing this for quite a while we needed to get some type of routines established to keep our physical and mental well being healthy. We feel so much healthier than we did in Albuquerque, and Aaron's health has improved so much. We probably hike 20 or more miles a week. Interesting side note; all the gas stations here are ...
... the chum source straight to their boat. Once they left, it was non stop jaws'! The great whites got unbelievably close. It was so amazing to see. The shark cage holds 8 people and we stayed in the cage for about 5-6 shark passes. Never thought we would be eye to eye with a great white. The water was absolutely freezing though. It takes your breath away getting in and I got a mouth full of chum sea water. Yum We got back ...
... car, shaking my fist and cursing them unto the 7th traffic lights. On the other, my obvious patheticness perhaps helped me secure several lifts faster than usual, and I managed to get to Hermanus (of whale-watching fame) in very decent time.
The whales were not forthcoming this afternoon as I waited on the cold cliffs with the other hopeful tourists clutching binoculars and cameras with lenses as long as my leg. I remain hopeful for tomorrow ...
... and didn't break! They did somehow manage to splash me on the top deck when the turned the propellers on. Once out we attached to their cage that they left there from the last dive and started waiting for the sharks. Gladly at this point I didn't know this had happened last week until I got home: http://youtu.be/MGsdIrlrSi8 We were waiting for a while and one small great white came. I didn't think it was small until his much bigger friends showed up later. We moved to a ...