Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Get in line online and have a look at the this Food delivery in Northgate site. I love it and I have what ever restaurant i feel like enjoying and I can get it eat it at home.
The beauty of eating it at home is that I get see some of the greatest Sunsets that South Africa has to offer. So why not chose food delivery in Kwazulu natal which is possible online
Friday, December 7, 2012
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Since I was a young boy I've been in and out of hospitals without a hospital plan,
life insurance didn't even enter into my mind. Eventually one day I was
talked into taking out a plan(against what I thought was my better judgement).
Some time went by without incident and I wondered where my money was going, but
then sure enough one day, the same old problems popped up again and I was back
in hospital.This time there was a difference though, I wasn't the one paying for
it. I have to say it makes all the difference, just glad I found the
Prime Meridian Mobile site and took out that plan.
Monday, October 29, 2012
they informed that I could register for life cover over the phone, so that was me sold! Good to know I'm covered.
Monday, August 27, 2012
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
The Orange River, on the border between the Northern Cape and Namibia, is the longest river in South Africa and, as it’s runnable almost all year, it is the mainstay of the river rafting industry. You can choose between one-day trips or multi-day trips, and you can also choose between mostly flat water, or interesting white water sections for some intense white water rafting.
Another very reliable river is the Ash River in the Free State, also with a flattish section and a white water extravaganza. Other good options include the Breede and the Palmiet in the Western Cape, the Vaal on the border of the North West Province and the Free State, the Blyde in Mpumalanga and the Olifants in Limpopo. The Tugela and the Buffalo in KwaZulu-Natal are really only worth paddling in summer, and the Doring in the Western Cape only in winter.
There are also some nice, totally flat water river rafting trips, mostly near the coast. In the Western Cape these include the wetlands of the Wilderness National Park, the Keurbooms River near Plettenberg Bay and Hermanus Lagoon. The Sundays, Kowie and Umtata Rivers in the Eastern Cape also offer great flat water paddling and, in KwaZulu-Natal, the magnificent Kosi Bay lake system and the huge Lake St Lucia both in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park are particularly scenic.
River rafting can be anything from a relaxing paddle to a high-speed, adrenalin-pumped race through the rapids. Either way you are sure to enjoy the thrill of a river rafting trip.
Southern Right whales are the species most commonly seen in the Cape’s waters due to their numbers and highly predictable habits. However, they are not the only whales to visit these shores; Blue whales are occasionally sighted off the coast of Cape Point, while Bryde whales are seen all year round, albeit infrequently, and orcas are seen very occasionally along the whole coast.
The best places to watch whales from the shore include Walker Bay from eitherHermanus or Gansbaai, False Bay and much of the Cape Peninsula coast, De Hoop Nature Reserve and Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route. While you can often get a better view in False Bay or Walker Bay from the shore, in most other places you will get a much more satisfactory sighting from a boat.
If you wish to partake in a whale watching trip ensure that the company you plan to use is registered and in possession of valid documentation. Whale watching boats need to have a permit from Marine and Coastal Management, and they operate under very strict rules pertaining to how close they may approach whales, the length of time they may stay with them, and how many times any whale or group of whales can be approached in any one day.
You will find licensed boats in most of the good whale watching destinations along the coast, with each bay, or side of a bay, limited to one licensed boat. Plettenberg Bay, which is one of the most prolific cetacean-watching sites in the world, is an exception with two licensed operators. Most of the whale watching boats are big, powerful, very seaworthy craft that are easy to board, and offer a comfortable ride. This allows for greater enjoyment of the trip and can give you greater confidence in taking your expensive camera equipment onboard to get a close-up snap of these majestic beasts.
Whether you choose to observe the whales from the solid comfort of the shore or from the deck of a powerful boat, the playful nature of these great creatures is a delight to observe. With many whale watching activity tours conducted from Cape Town all along the coast, you needn’t miss out on seeing these visitors to our shores.
Monday, June 25, 2012
This trip focuses on Natural predation and breaching as well as shark cage diving.
We specialize in small groups and take a maximum of 12 guests per trip. As the groups are small we are able to provide an intimate experience as well as having the opportunity to pass on our knowledge and passion for the sharks and the area.
A smaller group also allows for better viewing opportunities and a longer shark cage dive. The cage is fixed to the boat and guests are allowed to snorkel in the cage. In view of this, a diving certification is not necessary.
All trips include:
dive gear (sizes small to XXL are available).
light lunch, snacks, fruit and refreshments on board.
A return transfer can be organized from Cape Town
Bookings are essential as space is limited. All payment is to be made in South African Rand. We require credit card details to secure a booking. Please make sure to watch the exchange rate as this can fluctuate.
Please note: Great white sharks are completely wild animals and as such sightings cannot be guaranteed. We will use our best knowledge in order to give you the most realistic expectations before making a booking.
Source: Morning Great White Shark Trips
The 25th Anniversary of Shark Week kicks off with AIR JAWS APOCALYPSE as the lead show. This new documentary was facilitated by Apex Shark Expeditions and was filmed at Seal Island, False Bay and in Gansbaai over the 2011 great white shark season. We are very proud that Chris Fallows is the host of this new documentary. We also look forward to sharing some very uniquely filmed underwater great white shark footage as well as spectacular breaching manoeuvres. We also have a new camera innovation called “shark Spy” which enabled us to view natural shark behaviour underwater without disturbing the animals in any way.
Also look out for “HOW JAWS CHANGED THE WORLD”. This documentary explores exactly what the title intends and Chris Fallows along with a variety of other well-known shark experts provides some interesting anecdotes.
We’ll be posting the program schedules as soon as they are available.
Source: Shark Week 2012
Thursday, January 5, 2012
A modern conference centre offering a conference room seating 294 and a boardroom seating a maximum of 59, as well as 5 break away meeting rooms, all with state-of-the-art technology, including i-pad docking stations and with nataurl light access to the terrace.
Tel: + 27 (0)11 290 9600
Fax: + 27 (0)11 290 9601