Umhlanga

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  1. Irma

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    It is a beautiful day in Umhlanga. I have just been at the tidal pools and saw lots of gobies or maybe blennies. Saw a moray eel as well as quite a few convicts. Not catching anything as I do not have a permit and means of bringing them home.
     
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    Lol :biggrin:
     
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    @Irma hope you're having a wonderful time. Bet you're dreading having to come home next Sun.
     
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    A minature version of that one. It was about a ruler length. Not a chance of me getting into the water. Love to watch the sea and walk on the beach but hate swimming.
     
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    I could stay here forever:)
     
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    us too:p
     
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    pics? :) .. some of us are land locked you know :p
     
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    Will this do?



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    no no no !!

    We want to see the fishies!
     
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    He he - sorry but I did not take photos of the fish.
     
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    See post 2 :p
     
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    Enjoy!!!

    just watch the rocks - kinda slimy at times with the algae growth. Fell there 2 weeks ago and scars are still healing...

    Btw, I've got gobies/blennies from the same spot...after I got the licence.

    Enjoy...its only after I moved away that I saw the beauty in the place...
     
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