The White Shark Trust Field Research Assistantship is proud to introduce you to our assistants:

Alex BROWN (Burnham, England), Trey SNOW (Wilmington, North Carolina, USA), Nicolas PADE (Nivaa, Denmark) and John NICHOLS (La Jolla, California, USA).

On Wednesday the 27th of October 2004, Michael, Nick, Alex, Trey and John drove to Cape Town in the early afternoon. Michael was invited to the opening of the Shark World exhibition in Cape Town on Thursday evening. We took the scenic coastal route drive around Hangklip, and we stopped at the Betty's Bay Penguin colony on our way.
The coastal route takes us along the False Bay side of Cape Hangklip... The scenery is just stunning along this road, and we were lucky with the weather also. Once we reached Gordon's Bay, we were about 50kms from Cape Town, and closer to civilization... and civilization means a good healthy meal at McDonald's!
We arrived in Cape Town late that afternoon, and we decided to go to Signal Hill to have a great view over Cape Town city, Robben Island and... a wonderful sunset over Table Mountain and Lion's Head. We then visited the V&A Waterfront and checked into our backpacker. We had a fun night at the backpacker's bar...
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