Bayside Guesthouse

Address: 6 Tiran Road, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, 6000, South Africa | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 6 Tiran Road, Port Elizabeth, is near Red Location Museum, Humewood Golf Course, Port Elizabeth Oceanarium, and No 7 Castle Hill Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth

      En Route

      A travel blog entry by sheilacruise on Apr 01, 2014

      April fools day and yes there is a lot of leg pulling going on, not least up at the shuffle board courts. One chap got caught out a couple of times but it's a great laugh. I keep going there in the mornings because they are all such a great bunch of people. If someone doesn't turn up there's concern all round until someone knows where they are and if they are well etc. I am increasing feeling sorry for the person I get partnered with as ...

      The Long Road (or sea) to South Africa

      A travel blog entry by craig_dickson on Dec 02, 2013

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... were to be found were extremely friendly and showcased how unique their culture is. However, a thriving tourist hub this was not, and finding a cafe that was open for lunch was done so by sheer luck. One trip to this quiet, all most unworldly, community was enough, it was not worth the drenching of the dinghy ride to come back having seen all that was on offer in a matter of hours.
      In contrast, Direction Island was another world in itself. Uninhabited, it served as more of a ...

      Lions and Kudu and Hippos... OH MY!

      A travel blog entry by brisgranduhambo on May 20, 2013

      27 photos

      ... Jean has been charged before. Not to mention that earlier in the day one elephant got spooked by us and ran towards us a bit. Our nerves were just on end at this point. But still, we knew how awesome the experience was.With the motor turned off it was neat to listen to this family of four elephants chomping away at the grass. The barely batted an eyelash at us.

      Last but not least, the stars were absolutely stunning tonight. Nick showed us ...

      Simple Differences

      A travel blog entry by brisgranduhambo on Jan 23, 2013

      ... Everyone uses instant coffee here, not filtered coffee and tea is more popular than coffee.

      -Roobois tee is my favorite tea. It is from South Africa and in Afrikaans it means “red bush.”

      -Napkins are called serviettes.

      -Every school in South Africa, whether government funded or private, all have uniforms. Uniforms are all different depending on the school but all students wear uniforms here.

      -There are no school buses in ...

      Safari

      A travel blog entry by alexanderdrury on May 19, 2012

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... like an old married couple, they tend to bicker. For instance, the male likes to sneak into the best bathing spot before the female, who responds by poking him with her horn, resulting literally in a head-on squabble. However, despite such tiffs they rarely leave each other’s side.

      Schotia also boasts a pair of Hippos, although they were unwittingly sold two females (Carl wryly explained that game dealers are comparable to used car dealers). Hippos are nocturnal ...