SAMREC’s full moon beach walk.

SAMREC’s full moon beach walk.

What a delight to be part of the SAMREC full moon beach walk on Sunday 24th January. It was their first full moon beach walk event and they intend making it a monthly event. The participation fee per person supports the excellent rehabilitation efforts of SAMREC. It was a breezy and misty evening which caused havoc with the photography but it was still a most enjoyable beach walk.

SAMREC is a Marine Rehabilitation and Educational Centre situated at Cape Recife, Port Elizabeth, about 15kms from us at Dempsey’s. Their main aim is to rescue and rehabilitate sick and injured seabirds, particularly the critically endangered African Penguin.  Tour the centre and explore the displays in their Discovery Room, you won’t be disappointed.

http://www.samrec.org.za/

Find SAMREC on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/samrecpe

the start of the full moon beach walk

The start of the full moon beach walk

beautiful stretch of beach within the cape recife reserve.

Beautiful stretch of beach within the Cape Recife Reserve.

breathing space

Breathing space

shaky shot of chokka boats under the shine of the full moon

Shaky shot of chokka boats under the shine of the full moon

 

brief appearance of the full moon

Brief appearance of the full moon

hanging full moon, about to disappear

Hanging full moon, about to disappear

 

Dempsey’s photos on PEMBBA, take a peek.

Proud to have some of our photos being used on the PEMBBA Facebook page-take a peek: https://www.facebook.com/PEMBBA

We are members of The Port Elizabeth Metro Bed and Breakfast Association, read all about us:-

The Port Elizabeth Metro Bed and Breakfast Association (PEMBBA) is the official representative organization for nearly 100 quality approved Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses, Lodges, Self-catering and other accommodation establishments in and around Port Elizabeth located in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
The establishments are all inspected for quality and standards to ensure the traveler’s peace of mind.
This Portal www.pembba.co.za provides the traveller with location maps, information on and direct contact details to accredited accommodation establishments as well information on the areas and activities. Port Elizabeth is ideally situated for visitors either starting or ending a trip along the N2 Coastal Route between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth via the world famous Garden Route of South Africa.
Members are also located in:  The Greater Addo Elephant National Park Region which includes Addo, Colchester, Paterson, Sundays River Mouth and the Storms River/Tsitsikamma Area.