Ekhaya Bed And Breakfast

151 Admiralty Way, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, 6001, South Africa | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth

Culture and exploring

A travel blog entry by wotters


... having seen the Zulu village we were a little bit more prepared for what we saw but the poverty still comes as a shock.  The township was composed of a mixture of concrete small dwellings that are recent government built homes right next to really basic wooden shacks that house those who have not yet moved or populations of ‘temporary’ migrants who have often built on flood plains or landfill sites.  The main roads running through were tarmac but the side ...

Christmas in the Southern Hemisphere

A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik


... No shopping. No gift making. Nada. Just a normal day.

On Saturday the 22nd we all went shopping for Christmas meals and laid on Sacramento beach with girly mags, followed by drinks and a family lunch at Angelo’s. On

Sunday the 23rd, the day before Christmas eve, we went to The Boulevard (entertainment area) and had fun watching Simon get lost on the go-kart track, causing all of the kids to halt ...

Port Elizabeth to Shamwari

A travel blog entry by barbo


... hyenas and the highlight of the day …..Harry our ranger had located two cheetahs who were stalking a herd of springbok. We were privileged to watch them just metres from the vehicle as they stalked their prey. We were so close to them but they had no interest in us and were totally focused on their supper. The fastest animal in the world over a short distance, they probably had supper, but we moved on to have our ...

We won't keep in touch

A travel blog entry by sachago


... 50! Weirdoo. Then, he asked the same poor girl to put the three items that he just bought in separate plastic bags and to have 3 separate receipts... I did not dare to ask why. Weirdooo. Back in the hostel, he explained why he was walking with crunches: he twisted his ankle while hiking. The interesting part of the story was that he lost balance because of the weight of his bag... The bag was too heavy because it was full of wood. You never know what might ...

Still Going Strong!

A travel blog entry by chanellewilson


... right next to places that are legally termed “informal housing settlements”. There were millions of Rands spent on erecting the museum, its exhibits and, maintenance, when you might think some of that money could have been spent to build people houses. It just makes me wonder, sometimes, if the government even wants to get rid of townships, filled with black people, in South Africa.

I also participated in a Cultural Night at church the weekend before last. ...


This B&B, located on 151 Admiralty Way, Port Elizabeth, is near Red Location Museum, Port Elizabeth Oceanarium, Humewood Golf Course, and No 7 Castle Hill Museum.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good