Mandalay Beach Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This weekend I went shark cage diving with Great White Sharks! SO COOL! I went with the normal group of friends that I do everything with here. Other tourists also went along. We got picked up at 6AM and traveled 2 hours to the dock. We ate breakfast, were briefed about the trip, and got on the boat. The boat ride was about 15 minutes. The group (which included about 12 people) went to the top of the boat to go over all of the safety rules. I saw the first shark! It was ...
... time there. Oh and it’s almost on the beach so we ran straight there
to catch the last hour of sun. Such an amazing place. At night we had dinner in
the restaurant, which almost on the beach too. I mean the tables were on the
sand, there was a big fire at the middle of the area and some candles on the
table. We just enjoyed it so much!
On Friday we got to bed early because it has been a long
Saturday we woke up around 8.00 to ...
... lot through the night and we found them just off the track deciding whether to have a go at the group of impalas across the way. We trusted Lucky that we weren't getting in their way (!) but at one point we were completely surrounded by 2 males and 3 females and it was another one of those heart in your mouth moments! The impalas picked up the lions' scent and started their alarm call at which point the lions clearly thought it ...
Hello fellow humans. It's me Faith. I am here today to tell you about my adventures today. Today I woke up early and got prepared for a long day. Today was a driving adventure day. We hopped in the car and drove down to the penguin beach. We got to see live, wild penguins roaming free on their beach that they claimed. We looked at the penguins from ...
... doubt in a few months time we will be panging for a cold glass of Chenin Blanc, oysters, ocean scenery and civilisation, better make the most of it whilst we can! The R44 led us into Cape Town where we were suddenly slapped in the face with a very different world, kilometres and kilometres of township area, and townships that were no more than a bit of old tin and tarp for a house, none of the new 'fancy' besser brick dwellings that we had seen in regional areas. Literally saw ...