Tag Archives: Snorkelling

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It has been a busy year. I collected quite a few new stamps in my passport and discovered some amazing new destinations. As this year comes to a close, I’m doing my annual review and planning 2016. Here, in no particular order, are my personal top 10 experiences shared on the blog this year. (Links […]

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Snorkeling With Seals Hout Bay
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Milton Schorr went Seal Snorkelling with Seal Snorkelling Adventures in Hout Bay, Cape Town, and discovered a wild world beneath the sea.  Our dive began with Nathan Annandale, a tall elastic of a man who loped forward to meet us on the Hout Bay Harbour quay, his long hand stretching out of his extra long […]

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Machangulu Beach Lodge
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I visited MACHANGULO BEACH LODGE,  an hour’s speedboat from Mozambique’s capital city Maputo.  With summer holidays around the corner in the southern hemisphere and my personal holiday planning in full swing, I thought I need to share this place with you. I remember exactly how I felt when I got up on the last morning to […]

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Chole Mjini Dhow Island Eco Lodge
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Mar-2015

Drinking a cool beer in the Red Herring Bar I ponder my stay at Chole Mjini, while traditional dhows with their lopsided sails gracefully pass by. Some stop and drop off a handful of tourists from the neighbouring and bigger Mafia Island to do a guided tour of Chole village others carry drinking water and […]

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Above: To the left Sainte-Marie and to the right Île aux Nattes – separated by the channel between. ‘The best beach’ is situated right on the point of Île aux Nattes, surrounded by the lighter turquoise water and white sands. “In every out-thrust headland, in every curving beach, in every grain of sand there is […]

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Dwvil Firefish
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Ballito, KwaZulu-Natal is probably best known for its gorgeous beaches, packed with sun seeking tourists in the holiday season, superb climate and way above average night life. But few people know that the area is also home to what could be considered the southern most shallow water coral in the world. Home to creatures you […]

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I have spent the past week trying to conjure up a single suitable word that can describe Nuarro Lodge. Nuarro is such an unusual place that it needs its own word, from a tourism perspective, it’s probably unlike anything you have ever experienced before. Unique, Nuarro certainly is. Before I wax lyrical about Nuarro Lodge, […]

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From the smallest amoeba to the greatest of galaxies, we define ourselves by our borders, our boundaries: I am me, therefore I am not you. We feel safe within our own territories. It is only when we leave our territories that we realise that beyond our perimeters lie all the disclosed secrets and wise wildernesses […]

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