Daily Blog 07 January 2018

We Started our trip with a bit of a drizzle, but everyone...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 7 2018

Daily Blog 07 January 2018

Guide Summary and Photographs

We Started our trip with a bit of a drizzle, but everyone was wrapped up and ready to go in their waterproof pants and jackets.

Our first animal was acopper shark that we got to see at the vessel Dream Catcher. A couple at views and we moved to the island, dropped sails and off we went. In shark alley it was nice and calm. With westerly wind we luckily could not smell the seals, but got a strong wiff of the guano from Dyer Island. The African penguin were nice and visible today and everyone got to see them sitting in between the thousands of Cape cormorants.The ride home was bumpy and fun, everyone got a free rollercoaster ride.

Written by our guide Karli van Straten


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