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Whales visit False bay and @CapeTown as well, you know !

One thing that really ticks me off at this time of year, is the amount of time I spend explaining to visitors that we have Whales and Dolphins in False Bay and along the coastline to Cape Town, and that you really don’t have to go to Hermanus to see them. 566 more words

Nature And Conservation

Hermanus - a praia das baleias

Além de deixar coloridos todos os cantos, a primavera também traz as baleias a Cape Town. E já que estamos em agosto, quase setembro, acho que é uma boa dica pois é a época em que elas podem ser vistas nadando pertinho da costa. 311 more words


Beyond Cape Town

Monday, 4 August, marked the beginning of my third week of classes at UCT. The initial “whoo, I love school and am going to stay on top of my work” feeling wore off and I dozed off for the first few times of the semester in my classes. 1,282 more words

Cape Town

there is no such thing as a fish

I’m really new to this podcast thing, behind the times I know, but The Person played one or two for me when we went on our little Hermanus getaway and being bored today I decided to download a podcast downloader thingy and search for the ones he played for me and I’ve now got ALL the podcasts done by “ 29 more words

Doesn't Really Belong Anywhere...

Hermanus Weekend

This past week I have truly begun to finally feel at home here in South Africa. It took me some time to get used to purchasing airtime, meeting new people, and beginning to absorb the culture, however I am establishing roots by finally forming a routine and having familiarity around the city and with the culture. 571 more words



Today we decide to try and make it to L’Algulhas. It’s three hours from where we are. We are skeptical.

We get up early. TC heads out to find the laundromat to see if he can get some wash and fold service. 2,459 more words

The Whales at Bientang's Cave, Hermanus

My column this month for Expat Focus shares with you part of our great Cape Town excursion last year, including a visit to Hermanus.

I enjoyed writing the column, as always, and I hope you will have even more enjoyment reading it. 142 more words