Videos tagged with "chum"
Chumming the Water for Great White Sharks [02:11]
Filmed off of Dyer Island in Gansbaai, South Africa - 3 hours out from Cape Town.
Chumming for Great White Sharks, Mossel Bay, South Africa [00:26]
The practice of spooning fishy, bloody chum to lure great white sharks for science (in this case) or sport (cage diving) has become controversial in South Africa and other places where people share ocean waters with the dangerous predators. Video © 2012 by Martin Totland, Zaev Suskin and Jason Forker Ruoff (shot June 15). Posted with permission for Dot Earth. More on sharks, chumming and other issues on the blog here: dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com
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Coffee Bay - Coffee Bay, South Africa (coffee bay south africa, coffee bay blog) [01:29]
A TripAdvisor™ TripWow video of a travel blog to Coffee Bay, South Africa by TravelPod blogger Katherine-anne. See this TripWow and more at tripwow.tripadvisor.com Coffee Bay "Of all the places I visited Coffee Bay was the place I loved most. My last stop before returning to Durban for my flight back to Amsterdam. The Bazz bus, a hop-on hop-off bus service running from Cape Town to Johannesburg, vans taking up to 9 or 10 passengers, brought me from Port Elizabeth to Umtata. I just spent the night at Port E, so not much to tell, but the Bazz bus is a great way of getting to the right places. Amicable drivers throwing in interesting bits of information, making sure you can pee and eat in time. Fellow travellers sharing their experiences or sleeping, reading, listening to their music. Relaxed and chummy. At a petrol station just outside Umtata we were picked up by the Coffee Shack shuttle, and after some confusion over the luggage (our driver, bit of a character, rasta hair and slightly disgruntled), we trundled off, destination Coffee Bay. Or paradise, for that's what it seemed to me. Looking around me, I thought: ' This is it.' This was were I was meant to be and immediately I felt a sadness for knowing I would have to leave too soon, or leave at all. The lodge itself, situated right at the beach, was perfect. Perfect in a way that it had a good feel to it, the staff a remarkable team of people you would like to get to know better, running the place in their own special ...
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