Umnenge Lodge & Charters
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... music, and found some cool shops. We also went to this craft market where artist were making things right in front of us! It was a nice change of pace to just walk around for the day. And it's not nearly as warm here as it is in Botswana and Zambia which is really nice. Today is Thanksgiving! And, in our non traditional way, we celebrated big! We decided to go cage diving with great white sharks! We woke up early and were picked up and driven down ...
... be honest, only about 12 of us looked really delicious and side note: the crew was extremely delicious looking). Interrupting my thoughts on if sharks consider humans to be a sushi-esk delicacy or just breakfast, the captains calls up, "who's next?" Without any delay, I raise my hand and confidentially say, "We are!" Therese gives me a side eye and almost pushes me off the boat.
Ignoring the growing sense of sea sickness, we climb down from atop to go put on ...
My morning started very early with a 530 am pick up from my hotel to start my shark dive adventures we ventured out 2 hours from Cape Town up the coast. Was pitch black so with nothing to do I settled down for a wee nap prior to all the excitement. We arrived at the bay and it was freezing, I warmed myself up with a cup of tea and some porridge ( which would soon turn out to be a mistake) we had safety briefing, don't touch the sharks, don't put legs or arms ...
... clustered together in one central complex when the town was designed in the mid-1700s. The museum focused mostly on the Dutch East India Company's administration and residences in the 1700s, but it also featured a mid-19th century house and gardens that showed the very comfortable life of a middle-class Swellendam farmer in the 1800s.
We wandered around town for a little longer, ate lunch at a cafe in town, then visited the very picturesque Dutch Reformed Church ...
This past weekend was filled with beautiful new sights, wine, sharks, and plenty of laughs. Friday, Corey, Tim, Megan and myself played soccer with some teenage boys that were actually pretty good! It was a nice little break to split up our day and it was a pretty good workout. I hope we are able to play with more kids again before we leave. Tim looked like he was going to pass out afterwards though. After working in Manenburg for a few hours, we decided to take a taxi back down to ...