Harbour Vue Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... ups needed some practice but they were a cheerful lot, waving to us as they jogged by in their wet suits, an enthusiastic little dog running with them. We spent quite a bit of time there, mesmerised by the waves - the blue skies and sun's rays were deceptive - it was cold, the wind making it all the colder; it was probably about 5-7C.
We then walked along Cliff Path, and Gearings Point, supposedly one of the best spots for land-based whale watching - but ...
On our last weekend before we left, we had planned to take the Landy to Blouberg, to take the classic picture of us with Table Mountain in the background - being the all important start of our Cape to Cairo trip. Well, we could not have asked for a nicer day. After a really dreadful start to winter, the ...
... worked up a thirst. Before we sat down for a coffee, Jackie managed to do a bit of shopping an bought a new toe-ring. (Apparently she also needs another bangle!). After coffee, we decided to stretch our legs and try and complete the 10k walk. We marched along, but I was constantly distracted by yet another whale doing it's stuff. I anticipate that we had walked a total of about 8km, when hunger and thirst got the better of us. I was also mindful that we still had ...
... couples. Once we reached our destination, Shark Lady Adventures, we were given some muffins and toast to fatten us up before they fed us to the sharks. While looking around the office we noticed a sign that said "our customers" and Prince Harry and Brad Pitt’s pictures were both posted up there. I thought that was pretty neat! Once we paid and went over the rules and safety, we headed out to sea to meet our new friends – Bruce… (The sharks)! Megan, Jen, and I ...
... own composition, and each of which he introduced with professional flair, as though speaking to a full auditorium. He had to walk a few steps to do this, and each time he turned back to the organ with a delightful half-pirouette. Afterward he said he had studied with the best organists in the country, but no longer has anyone to teach in this sleepy town. But he was very cheerful about it. No doubt on most days he plays ...