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Kruger2capetown stayed here on Sep 23, 2009 during their trip titled: Kruger2capetown.
... brownish in colour and very fuzzy. So sweet!
When we returned to Hermanus we relaxed for a while in the lounge of the hotel. It is a very comfortable area with lots of couches and cushions, a bar area and some tables on the patio.
An hour before dinner we walked along the cliff toward Grotto Beach.
In this direction from the hotel the walkway is in a residential area, so it is much quieter and ...
... visiting the Cape Town area. It’s spectacular! We often stop to get out of the car and enjoy the scenery of the sea meeting the mountains. At one point, we stop where there are surfers below. Beside us is the man who is watching for sharks.
Why is there a man watching for sharks? Because this is False Bay. It’s probably the only place in the world with sharks in quite so dense a population. There is a black flag with a white share ...
... song and one of my favourite songs ever. Although they probably don’t realise it the lyrics were really apt for them and they loved the chorus and would belt it out when we got to it which was awesome because the lyrics are so nice…’’As brothers we will stand and will hold your hand, hold your hand’’. There is also a video of them singing it which one day I’ll be able to show you too, it was really cool.
I also helped the teacher ...
... right in the mouth (I put my finger right into it, in the middle of our expedition with the Great Whites... no that it matters that it was only a foot long reef shark –toothless!); a much worth amazing time, and soon the distant thought that this event potentially attracts sharks to swim near boats, and accompany surfers in the curls vanishes. Ah... what the heck, who cares for surfers, joked an Irish girl from Cork.
N.B. though the whole ...