Kleinzee Oceanfront Guesthouse
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... everyone such a large breakfast. About 10 people got seasick and had to sit on the front of the boat "in quarantine." I'll stop the talking at this point since i'm sure you've guessed that Karen and I got into the cage and proceeded ...
... spotted. Its ironic as he is on his cell phone getting messages about where the whales were spotted while dressed as an old fashioned crier.
We decided to get lunch before we went to see the whales but the sound of the horn was calling me. I ordered my lunch and then took a walk alone to the shore to see them. They are amazing, truly. The Right whales come to this bay to calf and care for their babies until they are ready to head out into the great big ocean.
... face encounter for myself!
I even got the opportunity to go into the cage a second time. I did think I was too cold and I had already seen so much but I decided I just had to go in again. It's not every day or even a lifetime you would get this opportunity so my wet suit stayed on and we went in again which I was so glad about. It limited the number of photographs I was able to get but I've already learnt that some things are just for the memory ...
... chronologically but the interest really started to grow then. I joined the 2nd group and got loaded into a 7mm wetsuit. Those who knew fat me will know I'm not the biggest fan of wetsuits... I decided to man up and go into the cage first meaning I was on the end, so had two angles of looking at the sharks. Terrifying. We had about 4/5 different sharks coming along and getting right up to the cage. Some reaching 4m long. Phwoar. They were leaping out of the water and ...
We awake to a beautiful morning but looking up I don't think it will last. The curse of Daryl strikes again and further up the road we stop to put the wet weather gear on against the sky darkens and the rain starts to fall. We're riding on Route 62 that takes us through the Swartberg mountains, through the beautiful foothills and the valleys below. Unfortunately with the rain coming down its difficult to fully appreciate the wonders of this landscape. Although it does look ...