Ekhaya Bed And Breakfast

Address: 151 Admiralty Way, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, 6001, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B, located on 151 Admiralty Way, 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

PE - The Windy Friendly Ironman City

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Apr 09, 2014

3 comments, 24 photos

... there were no socks ironed at our camp. But turns out the Prince is half handy at triathlons as he beat Pito and Joey. Probably can train all day long as he never has to work, or of course the ironed socks made him more streamlined. Either way the boys are complaining he cheated. The city of P.E. itself is the black peoples area which intriguingly is filled with old white Colonial buildings, an erie contrast. Apparently this area used to be white dominant but ...

En Route

A travel blog entry by sheilacruise on Mar 31, 2014

... sort of film. It's not the sort of thing I would recommend you pay money to see but if it comes on the tele why not give it a try. Had a look at the Wii games room today (it's supposed to be for the kids) need to find out what happens to the controls after hours, could be fun to have a tournament when the entertainment isn't that good. Found out about the wii, spent a couple of hours playing ten pin bowling. To begin with I was scoring well ...

Lions and Kudu and Hippos... OH MY!

A travel blog entry by brisgranduhambo on May 20, 2013

27 photos

... we headed out for another hour to see more animals. This time we were able to see the White Rhinos! I was so glad to hear that these rhinos tend to come close to the owner's home at night; that may sound scary to have a rhino near you, but because of this the poachers have not attacked them. The poaching crisis in South Africa has grown terribly. Government and conservation sectors are more concerned than ever that if the poaching doesn't stop, ...


A travel blog entry by roberton on Jan 21, 2013

6 photos

Before quitting Tsitsikamma completely, we had a pleasant 6km ride down to the river.......and an unpleasant ride back. On the way down we discovered that I&A's hire-bikes didn't have functional brakes. Using some tools from the road-side (2 rocks and a stick) we got them working. The river itself was an extraordinarily peaty colour. The rivers through these steep-sided ravines are home to ...

More Cats (and this isn't the end)

A travel blog entry by yokikat on Oct 17, 2011

... and amazing. They are the size of a medium dog but act like house cats. They were so sweet rubbing up against us and purring.

We inquired as to why so many of the animals had names like Noam and Galia, very Israeli names. We were told that they were named by the many Israeli volunteers who come to help out at the park.

This place is set up on a hill overlooking the beach. We took a ...