The Incidental Daddy – Photos of Kalk Bay

Once settled at the wondrous Grand Daddy Hotel it is hard to up and leave, but day tours in and around beautiful Cape Town must be encouraged. One of these I highly recommend is road trip to False Bay, with a visit to Kalk Bay Harbour, where you can walk the pier, take in the sights of the working harbour and get acquainted with the rather tame seals. I did this recently; some photographs are included to inspire the drive:

Fishing vessels docked for the night Fishing vessels docked for the night

A curious and hungry seal at Kalk Bay Harbour A curious and hungry seal at Kalk Bay Harbour

Hanging to dry is a South African delicacy bokkom. Some people enjoy this salty dried fish enjoyed on bread Hanging to dry is a South African delicacy bokkom. Some people enjoy this salty dried fish enjoyed on bread

A look back at the Kalk Bay Harbour across the coastal railway line A look back at the Kalk Bay Harbour across the coastal railway line

Photos contributed by Dawn Jorgensen, The Incidental Tourist

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