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... Africa to do this but Mossel Bay boasts one of the highest probability of seeing these magnificent ocean predators (http://www.whitesharkafrica.com/).
The whole thing took about half a day. It starts with a briefing at their office where we learnt how misunderstood Great Whites are, no thanks to Hollywood. We’re more likely to be killed by a falling vending machine or a coconut than being attacked by a Great ...
... webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(130, 98, 83, 0.0980392);">We we were able to go on board and look around It seemed amazing enough that they had sailed it here in 1988, let alone in 1488 when they didn't know where they were going! So that was an up.
... br> Though protocol and genuine decency prevents us from going further than 300
seconds at a time, we turn them, and once in ‘tonic’ we take the
first minute to count the respiration rate then continue to see how long they
remain in this state.
That's it in a nutshell, but I assure you I've been doing other various activities as well, so you will be getting further updates from where you'd all rather be!
... us and plied us with as much tea and coffee as we could
drink and then after his shift he drove us home in his car. Honestly, South
African people are SO lovely!
Other than the weather being a bit pants things are good! The
back packers we're staying at is amazing! Not only do they have the fattest cat
I have ever seen (the South African equivalent of the RSPCA have been in
touch with the hostel owners about it) but they also have a really lovely dog
... meal at Harbour Rock restaurant - fresh fish for both of us. The next morning we were up early to enjoy one of the highlights of this stay; cage diving with GREAT WHITE SHARKS!
Absolutely awesome. Beautiful creatures that are given bad press! We saw approx. 3 or 4 different sharks just near Dyer Island. They were really difficult to see as they glide just under the surface and then come ...