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TravelPod Member ReviewsWindsor Hotel Hermanus
felt like home. would definitely recommend this hotel and stay here again
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After her naked life and death struggle with the pigeon in the campground shower facility, it was probably a bit early to be talking to DH about another, slightly more dangerous, wildlife encounter in South Africa. But this was one of our WOW list adventures we had been targeting for quite some time- diving with Great White Sharks near Gansbaii. These were the big boys with the razor sharp teeth made famous in that Jaws movie. The film depicted the great white shark as a ...
Woke early to what sounded like a howling gale but turned out to be the crashing of waves on the rocks below the guest house. Fortunately the wind of yesterday had died leaving us a little more confident about the whale watching boat trip. From our balcony we could see a pod of about 20 dolphins playing in the surf fifty meters from the rocks, riding the breaking surf like a bunch of surfers, but without the board. Sadly ...
... order each separate. Or with the sides. Because of this combo-options and a weird way of pricing, we three economists took about 10 minutes who to order most effectively – pay less, get more! Nevertheless, after some time we ordered something and it was AAAWESOMMMEEE‼! Platter for two, 12 prince prawns, 10 mussels, fish, grilled calamari, fried calamari heads, rice and stuff for like 25$.... for that price you rarely get ...
... just gorgeous and looks over the bay.
After settling in we drove up to the shopping precinct and enjoyed lunch and people watching. Missed the Whale Crier and his kelp horn (he must have been on holiday) as a small pod of Southern Right whales doing there thing swum past very close to shore.
Didn't bother going down the steep steps to Bientang's Cave Restaurant on ...
... were face to face with these incredible creatures. The pictures we will share in the near future will explain it all.
Shortly after a few hours of cage diving, we took the boat around Seal Island where there were literally thousands of seals hanging out. No wonder so many sharks were around. Luckily, we did not see sharks feed on seals because Mindy would have needed a lot of Kleenex.
Shark cage diving is definitely ...