A Whale of a Time
Hermanus Whale Festival is celebrating 25 years
A Whale of a Time is a title for an article in an English magazine for high school kids here. How should I take the meaning of the title? Is it "watching a whale at a time?" Thanks.
No. There is an English idiom "having a whale of a time", which means "having a fantastic time". They've chosen it specifically because the article refers to whales.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.