Garden Court Kings Beach
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... the **** out of everyone; the shark was thrashing around only a foot away from us and slamming into the cage, absolutely awesome. We had about 45 minutes in the water with the shark circling us. Had a great moment when I ducked under the water and saw a fin in the murkiness. So eerie. Another group headed into the cages and we saw a couple biguns swimming around. So cool. After about 4 hours on the water we headed back to land after a wicked day. We then got into ...
... are in PE. We left the Hebron Haven weekend last Sunday afternoon and were home just long enough to get clothes washed and bags re packed before heading off Thursday morning for East London. We stopped at Tracey and Stephen Blewitt's place for the night and got the chance to go to a "lion park" on the Friday morning, just a small park just down the road. Dan (a volunteer from Canada) came with us and he was excited to see lions too so we headed to the park and there was an ...
... obviously invaded their territory, they were letting us know it. As a result, any ideas of a relaxing swim from the back of the boat were extinguished. It didn't seem wise to go jumping into shark infested waters. With that, all there was to do was await customs to clear us in and take in the view, before inflating the dinghy and heading for lunch on Home Island, a three mile dash across the very choppy lagoon, dodging coral heads the whole way.
Home Island - definitely one ...
... were the only calm ones. Courtz and I ended up laying flat on the seat. We had seven lions right next to us! I really pictured these lions getting curious and all of us ending up as a meal. And Nick, despite us saying "Nick, please let's go. Nick please back up. We don't like this." He sat there. UGH! I couldn't believe it. It was such a neat experience to see the lions up close but they looked curious and we were helpless. Our Ranger was not ...
... it. Some kindly Germans took a photo with their fish-eye lens which got everything in but is a bit misleading (to follow). ..........and so on past St. Albans to Colchester......... Colchester isn't what I remember. We couldn't find the Roman museum and town has become a ribbon development of rather smart houses in a narrow strip between the main road and the Sundays River. Our ...