Protea Hotel Mossel Bay

Address: Cnr of Church and Market Streets, Mossel Bay, Western Cape, 6500, South Africa | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Cnr of Church and Market Streets, Mossel Bay, is near Earthstompers Adventures.
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      Travel Blogs from Mossel Bay

      Day 52 - Addo Elephant Park, South Africa

      A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... Africa. Following my first ever trip to Nandos, we made the long drive back to Wilderness, it was a mixture of highways and some sweeping coastal roads, the drive took 4 hours but it was good to see the scenery of the Garden Route. Tonight we stayed at Wilderness Backpackers which was once again right on the beach, had an interesting night in the bar with Charlene and Martyn, relations are once again ...

      Intern Life

      A travel blog entry by lwoolfe on Aug 28, 2014

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      ... br> dolphins

      There are a number of sites used for land
      dolphins – which despite its name is actually a survey of all cetaceans. Site
      1, is one of the two most common and is actually the lighthouse at the point, a
      very nice place to be early morning, if only cold winds would lay off. Site 4
      is also a popular spot for us, a place called Kleinbrak. Here we sit above the
      sand dunes by some houses, in the company of ...

      Sharking Around In Mossel Bay

      A travel blog entry by jennyreynolds on Apr 13, 2013

      4 photos

      ... sharks, small, big, male and female. Both of us went in the shark cage but viewing from above gave just as good a sighting. It was fascinating rather than adrenaline pumping but if I was swimming nearby I'm not sure I would say the same.
      Out to dinner at Louis Oosthuizen place complete with a special masters menu he missed the cut but the food and drink here takes the ...

      Flying Man and the Nearly Naked Ninja

      A travel blog entry by staudhammer on Oct 23, 2011

      9 photos

      ... from a number of people viewing from the comfort of their balconies. I join the ranks of curious onlookers and I decide to record his run toward flight. Always the videographer with delusions of grandeur well past my actual skill level, I take a few steps down the steep face of the plant-covered declivity. I want the perfect angle when his steps continue past the end of the ground beneath him.

      A powerful gust blows inland and his canopy wakes from its slumber. ...

      It's not all about the great white sharks

      A travel blog entry by nbzweber on Jan 24, 2011

      2 photos

      ... is understood about the process or the purpose of tonic. We performed tonic experiments on three different types of sharks, a leopard shark and a puffadder shark. We recorded the resting breathing rate of the shark, the amount of time it took for the shark to enter tonic, the breathing rate in tonic, and the amount of time in tonic. Our experiment compared tonic between the different types of sharks and the gender of the ...