It was so warm last Sunday , 21st July, that Peter even had a swim in the sea. This is a picture of “our” beach in the late afternoon. Now things are back to wintery wet and cold – but still with lovely moments interspersed.
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Last week False Bay was visited by a pod of Orcas. I did not actually see them, they were round near the lighthouse but David Hurwitz, who runs one of the local boat companies, www.boatcompany.co.za took some amazing photos. There were about 9 of them with one baby. They killed a dolphin – hunting class for the little […]
Last Sunday afternoon watched the most amazing display from our deck – hundreds of dolphins, thousands of gannets and a couple of whales all after what must have been a very promising shoal of fish. Quite amazing watching this swirling crowd of gannets turn into white “rain” that plunges straight down into the sea.
For those of you who knew that Cape Seaforever was un available for a year because of a long let, this is to let you know it will be available again from 7th June 2013. Tell your friends too!
A week or so before Christmas we had a warm current wash into False Bay, bringing blue bottles and bouy barnacles and other creatures not usually present here. They disappeared in a few days but the water hasfremained unusually warm ever since then. Swimming has been amazingly good on our little beach with sea temperatures […]
Yesterday, perhaps inspired by the whales, Peter and I took our first pool swim of the season – brisk but wonderful – realised how much I miss our daily swim in the winter. Soon it will be time for the first sea swim. Of course there are those amazing souls around here who swim all year […]
The last few days the whales have been pulling out all the stops right here in front of Sea Foever. When I told our son in London about the half hour of tail splashing, spy hopping,fin waving and rollovers I had been watching he said”Oh yes, that’s the routine Cape Tourism have asked them to […]
A recent bumper harvest of snoek drew a crowd of shoppers and onlookers to Kalk Bay harbour.
This photo of our little dog on the beach just in front of Cape Seaforever comes courtesy of our most recent visitors. Thanks Rosanne and Ruben
The surrounding area Offers: Within easy walking distance: Fisherman’s Beach Perfect for swimming, rock-pool paddling, etc. Simons Town Country Club 9-hole links course and squash courts. Boulders Beach Home of the world-renowned colony of entrancing African Penguins or “jackass” penguins as they are know for the extraordinary call. Also a very sheltered swimming beach ideal […]