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15 May 2012

The Hout Bay submarine is a fake! Point made though!

The Hout Bay submarine is a fake! Point made though!

The beach submarine on Hout Bay beach today was a fake!

What started out as a funny attempt @ some satire, developed into a great discussion on twitter. Thanks to this posting on 790Tv, Hout Bay in fact trended. This all thanks to people re-tweeting the post, and clearly topical with the debacle that is happening on Clifton beach.

Would it not be great if the trawler on Clifton beach could be removed just as easily?

Would it not be great if we could stop poaching in our bay?

Lets look after our seas!!!!

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15 May 2012

Poaching submarine stranded on Hout Bay beach (photo)

Poaching submarine stranded on Hout Bay beach (photo)

If you were out walking on the beach this morning you would have seen this beached submarine. From initial reports, authorities are saying it is a stranded poaching submarine, that moves illegally caught perlemoen and crayfish “offshore”. No one knows the cause yet of the incident.

 

Authorities have asked that people do not climb on the vessel!

 

 

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14 May 2012

Will Dungeons in Hout Bay match this wave for sizes in 2012?

Hawaiian surfer Garrett McNamara is awarded with Billabong’s wave of the year for the record breaking wave he caught in Portugal last year.

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12 May 2012

300 year old heritage feature being dug up in Hout Bay

300 year old heritage feature being dug up in Hout Bay

This furrow can be seen as you drive towards the traffic circle on main road, just below the old foresters cottages.  They are currently laying pipes next to the main road which means they are digging into a 300 year old heritage feature!

The furrow used to bring water to the Kroenendal estate and stored in a reservoir behind the homestead. The furrow came all the way from the Disa river and brought fresh water all year round to its owners.

The question should be raised on whether the contractors “did their homework” before they started digging?

 

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04 May 2012

Fancy a lunchtime party in Hout Bay?

Fancy a lunchtime party in Hout Bay?

When it comes to lunch breaks, the laissez-faire French like to take two hours out of their workday to savor their food in the company of colleagues while workaholic Americans prefer dining solo in front of their computers. Well, in Sweden we have a whole other vibe going. Here, more and more workers are foregoing both leisurely lunches and “al-desko” dining in favor of daytime raves.

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