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Ballito Bliss…Part 3

16 January , 2015

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We are big fans of Ballito!

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More photos from our walks…

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How beautiful is that?!

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And this!

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We saw the biggest pod of dolphins I’ve ever seen the one day. Actually it looked like 4 different pods decided to get together and play for a bit.

You can’t reallu see from my phone photo – but we guess that there were probably close to a hundred if not more and they came out almost right to the swimmers and surfers!

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The flat had this one eyed beaded chicken fruit basket. Nicola loved it and used it for a bed for her shells and rocks.

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Sneaky close up…

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Complex kitty…

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More fun on the beach…

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And then we had one very rainy day…

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Where we started off with a bit of this…

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And then moved on to a bit of this after we saw what Ushaka Marine World is now charging over peak season.

Next up…Ballito Bliss Part 4.

4 comments

  1. Tell me what they’re charging – are they crazy expensive?

    I love at least one rainy, cooler day per holiday, just to regroup and have a legit reason to read and never surface!


    • Every holiday should have at least one down day! It’s about 3x what you pay out of season. This is how it’ll be for the nexr 13 years I guess? On 17 Jan 2015 11:13 AM, “123 Blog Myself” wrote:

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  2. Oulike fotos. Dankie ons reis lekker saam met jou.


    • Dit lekker om in ‘n posisie te wees om sulke great avonture te kan deel. On 19 Jan 2015 12:35 PM, “123 Blog Myself” wrote:

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