Compare Listings

Bluebottle invasion on Danger Beach

Bluebottle invasion on Danger Beach

On Sunday morning while swimming in the St James pool I nearly swallowed a clump of bluebottles so I leapt out of the pool. On examining the beach, it seemed that there weren’t so many of them, and they were rather limp and seemed not to have any tendrils. Nevertheless, I decided to play it safe.

Later, while walking across Danger Beach to Dalebrook pool, I saw that the surf high tide mark was thick with bluebottles, so was relieved that I had made the right choice.

The lifesaver had a quiet afternoon because no one was swimming from the beach.

img

Delene Burman

Related posts

200 year anniversary St Francis of Assisi church in Simonstown

The first Anglican parish in Southern Africa was established in Simon's Town in 1814. That building...

Continue reading
Delene Burman
by Delene Burman

Renovated Baileys cottage below the railway line

Sir Abe Bailey's thatch  guest cottage, below the railway, has been renovated. It was designed by...

Continue reading
Delene Burman
by Delene Burman

New resident in Kalk Bay

My friend's dog died so she found a new pet to share her home in Kalk Bay. The pig walks on a lead...

Continue reading
Delene Burman
by Delene Burman

Join The Discussion

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.