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

      Port Elizabeth

      A travel blog entry by steve874 on Apr 03, 2014

      20 photos

      ... come and pick us up in the Land-rovers. Once at the lodge we were given a welcome drink and then headed out in the 10 seater Land-rovers to see what we could see. One woman quickly grabbed the front seat the rest of us were in three rows of three. She quickly regretted her decision as she got absolutely soaked with the rain :-) We headed off and had a right laugh :-) 2hours later we headed back for a fantastic lunch in one of the lodge in the middle of the park, then we headed out ...

      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 ...

      Leaving South Africa

      A travel blog entry by thetruswells on May 26, 2012

      5 comments, 25 photos

      ... native tongue. When they started singing I felt confused and happy. When we got to Gorah, a man called Ross showed us around and told us the history of the place. After that we had lunch then we went out for a game drive in the Landcruiser. About half an hour later, it got extremely cold, so I put on a blanket and a poncho. When we got back to the tent, we were welcomed with steaming mugs of hot chocolate and the yummiest homemade cookies in the world. A
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