Tasting the wine.. On the waterfront in a derelict old crayfish factory right at the seaside in the bay you will find a tiny winery, tasting room and alfresco jetty restaurant that brought much-needed commercial activity back to a village which had suffered from a declining fishing industry. This is the address of Fryer’s Cove wines, forged of the earth and tempered by the sea. … Continue reading Fryer’s Cove wines… sipping the sea on the West Coast
Unfortunately there is no single, globally accepted code of conduct for responsible wildlife tourism – travelers themselves need to take responsibility. Here are some guidelines. 1 Take pictures, leave only footprints A healthy, safe environment is at the heart of all responsible wildlife travel, so always take home everything you take with you – including batteries, plastic bags and bottles. 2 Shells looks better on a beach Never … Continue reading Are you a responsible wildlife traveler?
Burning upon some hidden shore across the sea one night, A little reef, the captain said, he saw a shining light. He said there was a lighthouse there, where lonely in the sea, men lived to guard that moving light to trim the land for me. For me, for him, for every ship that passes by that way. I though it must be strange and … Continue reading Beacons of Light on the Cape Whale Coast