Mosselberg on Grotto Beach
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... was now a quandary, I would get back to them later. No sooner had I ended the call, when a gust of wind covered us in sand. Nice. We followed the cliff path back to the car with our heads spinning as to our next move. So deep in thought were we that we nearly stood on a baby snake crossing in front of us. Nor had we stopped to watch the whales! Back at the car, we drove back to the guesthouse, grabbing a roll for lunch on the way. After an hour in the ...
... apartment, which was on 2 floors with kitchen and private patio. We dumped our bags and drove back into town to the supermarket to stock up for breakfast. By now it was 7.00pm and virtually dark, but we noticed a crowd of people at the Old Harbour looking down. I parked up and we joined them to see the amazing sight of a mother and calf Southern Right Whale swimming in the kelp just 10 metres from land. Did we need to book the whale watching ...
... Island. The sea was a bit rough, many a bit too rough for our boat? Anyway, I held on tight to the camera and to the railing with my other hand. The island was covered in fur seals with waves frequently crashing over the seals. The sea around the island was also full of seals swimming. We didn't seem to stay here for very long, must be because of the rough sea. At least we were able to see many seals.
On the way back to the harbour, I pointed ...
... up to 8 weeks from the Antarctic, now that's what I call dedication).
In the end we got lucky seeing some whales near the seashore and reluctantly left Hermanus Backpackers behind us...
Next stop: Knysna. A nice town right by the sea with a river thrown in. We set off to the Heads, a two hour walk past great views with even some sheep wading through muddy marshland. The view didn't disappoint and we sat by the ...
... and on our last weekend there, with Alastair, Tamsin, Callum and Kelsey who stayed over from Fishoek for the weekend. A lovely last family get together for quite a while which sadly Mark, Melanie, Amelia, Charlotte & Elodie back in UK would not be involved in too.
We spent some time at Sarah’s packing and repacking our bags and unraveling last minute problems such as arranging collection of a Footprint guide book from Exclusive Books at ...