26 September 2014

The sky was overcast today, and it was drizzling a bit...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, September 26 2014

26 September 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

The sky was overcast today, and it was drizzling a bit. But some of the whales obviously liked the weather. Arrived in the Pearly Beach the whales welcomed us with a few breaches. We also spotted a mating group close to our vessel. After spending a great time with the whales they did say good bye with anothe breach. Afterwards we were heading towards the Island. There we spotted African penguins on their way back to the penguin houses on Dyer Island. Some of the Cape Fur Seals were fighting on Geyser Rock and some were playing with each other in Shark Alley. Hope to see some great whales again tomorrow.

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