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  1. Tom

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    Our watering hole: Something good:
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    Summerstrand to Humewood 17h00:
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    Note the pile of river stones. Since the storms that damaged the Durban coast we have had a lot of loss of beach sand due to the same storms. So the NMMU dudes have trucked in a pile of pebbles to replace the sea sand! :(
     
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    Cameron helping sort the buckets.
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    Gees those pebbles just don't look right..
     
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    Beautiful looking country guys.......
     
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    What's the tourism like....... for foreign people like moi'
     
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    If you move around alone.. Dangerous :( You need to be with a guide. We have a vast and lovely country but there are almost lions in the streets again. With the might of the pound you can stay in fine guest houses and have a great time, just mind where you go thats all.
     
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    I'd heared that in the past but didn't realise things were still bad, guess I'm just nieve.
    It's such a pity as you have a beautiful country.
     
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    agree,they look like fresh water pebbles
     
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    Geordie, it's not that bad. Trust me, once you've seen our beaches you will come back every year. We also have some of the best wildlife on earth.

    And our chick... man o man our chick!!
     
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    Yeah Geordie, the key here is not to be nieve. Our country's economy is struggling at the moment and with that comes a whole lot of factors that are unsavoury.
    But the big picture remains that we have an awesome country and is a tourist paradise, especially coming over with pounds / Euro's.
     
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    yeah and we got Viper here in S.A
     
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    lol............ One to be avoided or not.........;)


    Cheers for the Info guys.......... Must make an effort once this years hols are passed.
     
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    one who can be really scary at times :lol:
     
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    this looks like a nice spot to catch specimens.have you guys ever caught anything there?
     
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    This pic was taken at high tide, when the tide is low there is a pond in the middle that someone created by laying a concrete slab long time ago. We havent really seen much in the pond. Specimens are collected at seaview and Swardkops.

    Thanks for trying to dispel my negative image guys :sorry:
     
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    Lmao.................... a soft side I think ;)
     
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    you got a pic of this place where you guys catch specimens tom?
     
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