Bayside Guesthouse

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

    The start of my journey

    A travel blog entry by olivergerard on Mar 11, 2014


    ... br> AIDS Awareness and Prevention programs
    Service centre for the elderly in Forest Hill area
    Assistance to elderly living below the bread line
    Preventative programs for children and youth incl. Life Skill programs
    Youth camps and Holiday programs
    Parental Guidance workshops
    Full day care facilities including babies and toddlers
    Foster Care Services
    Family Re-unification Services

    This organisation seemed perfect for me. We went ...

    Visiting Korsten with friends from the States!

    A travel blog entry by brisgranduhambo on Apr 11, 2013

    19 photos

    ... the more dangerous areas (just at night, don't worry) in Port Elizabeth. This is due to the fact that because of the poverty in the coloured areas (after all, the poverty just isn't in the townships), there are gangs and many people turn to drugs to "solve" their problems. In Korsten their are many different groups living & working their as well: Muslims, Indians (who own many of the shops but stay in another suburb called ...

    Beach Vibes: Learning to Surf

    A travel blog entry by brisgranduhambo on Nov 28, 2012

    5 photos

    ... to have replaceable ones in case they break. In addition, the nose of the board for intermediate surfers should be round and not pointed like the pros.

    After taking these tips into consideration, looking for good prices, and searching J-Bay and the other surf shops near my house, I ended up buying a second-hand board from a guy on Gumtree (their E-bay basically). This guy had only used it a few times and he decided surfing just wasn't for him. It was in very ...

    Leaving South Africa

    A travel blog entry by thetruswells on May 26, 2012

    5 comments, 25 photos

    ... br> I think we all have a love for the human face, I have a particular love for African faces. American negro faces are on the UK and US media all the time. Recently, a few more *****ian faces too. I realise for 12 days I have been watching South African faces. High cheek bones, colours ranging from coffee to pitch black, all shapes and sizes , huge white smiles, all seem animated. We met a Xhosa lady at Gorah, called Xoliswa. The X is pronounced with ...

    Port Elizabeth to Tsitsikama

    A travel blog entry by carlos.quijano on May 09, 2012

    133 photos

    ... is only 35 km from PE just off the N2. There is more than just flowers to see, 100 bird species and small buck can also be seen. Well worth it. I would love to come back when the Watsonia’s are in bloom as the mass of colour should be something to behold.

    Jeffries held promise for Tom. He had been holding out for a good wave. We made a commitment to overnight there if the wave was good. Sadly, cold and wet weather had been with us ...