Tuesday, August 21, 2012
I have been planning a trip down to Cape Vidal in St Lucia KZA, South Africa for close on a year now.
I am due to go down at the end of September, last week a mate sent me a few pictures of the beach that has complete washed away.
I know that this is a normal thing but I have not been able to find anything online that details this and how long it will take to recover.
Does this affect swimming when the tide is out at the beach their?
I have seen a few posts from guys that use boats and jetskis that Cape Vidal is limiting the number of boats and jetskis
I have also seen a few posts from people saying its still an amazing place to go to.
The photo attached show the beach at low tide
If you have been their in August please tell me whats going on?
This was filmed at Mabalingwe Nature Reserve
At First I spotted the WASP on the ground and was happy to see my camera could pick it up, a day later I saw that the WASP had killed a grasshopper and brought it back to the hole to feeds its babies
Sorry its a bit wobbly
Obituary for The Unknown GrassHopper
Alas we never met him
but were present At him burial
He lived life for the day, and hope
And Jumped on spring legs
All we can say is you live by the sword
And die by the WASP
Man what a sting