AFRIKAANS: Nou, my liewe blogvriende, kan julle sien dat ek wel van strand tot strand loop, die golwe geniet, die son opsuig en die skulpies optel en so aan, al die dinge wat gewoonlik onder die etiket van “vakansie” gelys word, maar eintlik is dit harde werk! 😄
Die foto hierbo is geneem in Southport met ons eerste besoek aan ons nuwe dorp se strand, en kyk net die kosbare skat wat daar in die vlak waters gelê het. Die skulp, nie die nagemaakte crocs nie! Kyk gerus na nog skulpies wat ons opgetel het op die webtuiste wat ons vandag vrygestel het.
ENGLISH: Now, my dear blogger friends, you’ve seen in my blogs how I’m walking from beach to beach, enjoying the waves, soaking up the sun, collecting shells and so on, all the things that are usually listed under the “holiday” label, but actually it’s hard work! 😄
The picture above was taken in Southport on our first visit to our new beach where we recently moved to, and just look at the precious treasure that lay waiting in the shallow waters. The shell, not the fake crocs! Take a look at the other shells we have collected to date on the website that we released today.
Www.mtwalumekzn.co.za, released by WeaverWorx today, was designed as a marketing tool for a holiday region on the Southcoast of KwaZulu-Natal, giving potential holidaymakers a preview of the beauty and allure of the pristine beaches and majestic rivers of the coastal towns Mtwalume, Elysium and Ifafa Beach on the website’s photo gallery. The website also offers an opportunity to the community and residents to promote their businesses and upcoming events. Nearby attractions are mapped and contact details made available. For shell collectors, there is an added bonus of a shell identification guide which is still in progress. Website users are invited to participate in discussions, using the Facebook plugin, and to submit their own images.
Oh, and in case you were wondering, I don’t get paid when you click on this link. “Holidaying” all day long is my only payment.