Beautiful photos during June and July 2019 at Lalanathi Caravan Park & Camping Park

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Beautiful photos during June and July 2019

 

Caravanning or camping during winter months on the South Coast of KZN is awesome. The weather has been very kind with only a few cold snaps – gratefully so – as this brought the Sardines, for the second year in a row, close to our shores to the delight of our visitors.

 

Diligently early morning anglers troop out our beach gate at 6 or 6h30am to throw their lines and experience amazing sunrises and take extraordinary pictures which they then forward onto me, while I’m still holed up inside on the couch with my doody blanket till the sun properly greets me through the lounge windows. I’m allowed to – my blood is thin and I don’t like cold feet.

 

So come 16h00 - off they tootle again – and once again I get gorgeous pictures of our beach , path and sea in it’s ever changing currents. I’ve learnt anglers are very persistent patient and determined. Whow just have to share with you

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