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Deep Sea Fishing in Mossel Bay
South Africa

On board the Sharky, a deep sea fishing charter in Mossel Bay, near the Santos Beach, Mossel Bay. Up on the land you can see the Diaz Museum and the Post Office Tree, which is the oldest post office in South Africa. The first message was left there, under the Post Office Tree, in 1500, by passing sailors, and collected by the next sailors to rest in Mossel Bay in 1501.

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