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Plett House Paradise

Hello from South Africa!

I can’t believe I am down to my last week here! This trip has flown by! Especially since last time I was here for over three months, anything less seems so short! 787 more words

Words Crush Wednesday - Mark Twain Edition

When pondering this week’s Words Crush Wednesday there was one thing that repeatedly crept into my mind: bravery and courage. There are various types – physical, emotional, often both, and what made me keep coming back to this theme was something absolutely extraordinary that happened in Jeffreys Bay over the weekend. 291 more words

Blogging Shizz

Mick Fanning's close-encounter with a shark

I am sure most of you have seen footage of Australian triple surf champion Mick Fanning’s close-encounter with a shark during the final of a surfing competition at Jeffrey’s Bay in South Africa. 142 more words


Mick Fanning Fended Off a Shark, but Should He Have Even Been in the Water?

Beyond spiking the adrenaline of a global viewing public, the ordeal suffered by Mick Fanning — who was attacked by a shark on live TV during a World Surfing League (WSL) competition at Jeffreys Bay, South Africa, this week — is also making some wonder if he should have been in the water there at all. 192 more words

Mick Fanning: Shark attack survivor in South Africa hails 'warrior' mate who came to rescue

(2015-07-21) Australian surf champion Mick Fanning has paid tribute to “warrior” mate Julian Wilson for rushing to help as a shark attacked him, while signalling he wants to eventually return to the waves. 464 more words

July 2015

Jeffreys Bay (aka J-bay)

I felt that it was time to go to the beach to forget all about the activities in Oudtshoorn. The best place I could think of going was Jeffreys Bay (aka J-bay). 543 more words


Professional Surfer Is Attacked By Shark On Live TV

A surfer was attacked by a shark during a professional competition and it was all caught on live TV.

My husband Scott loves watching different videos that people post to Facebook and sometimes they are fake and it is very obvious but he still believes they are real;) 168 more words