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... is being developed as an enormous industrial park and as we drove further and further on, every road came to a dead end. It seemed that there was nothing there at all.
Disheartened, we headed into PE and booked into a really rather nice Radisson hotel. The view from our 11th floor bedroom window is out of this world and after a fish ‘dinner’ at a little café by the sea, we retired to bed rather early. It had been a tiring day and perhaps ...
... we arrived so I'm pleased to avoid it. Some avid blog readers may remember me saying how great island vibe in Jeffrey's bay would be if everyone was there and we were in the mood...well this weekend that's exactly where we're going! Whoop! Some of us, including myself are staying in Port Elizabeth Saturday day because I haven't seen it yet. I need to buy some African attire, try and get my camera fixed and try the amazing ...
Relaxing morning, breakfast first, then a leisurely trip to the waterfront in PE. Walked along the promenade, saw dolphins in the water , had an ice cream with a flake, all dipped in caramel topping. definitely slimming!
Lots of curio sellers at the beach front, many from Zimbabwe. Reasonable prices, don't want to haggle. Pity ...
... went past the house where we were married for a dose of nostalgia.
On our return, we stopped in Jeffreys Bay to do some shopping at Billabong. I bought a wet suit to prepare for the lovely warm water of Southern Brazil and of course, Elis added to her ever-expanding bikini collection. So, she is ready for the beach while I am grabbing some waves heehee. We absolutely love Jeffreys Bay the ocean was gorgeous.
On Tuesday we visited a cricket bat factory. It ...
... going through 15 words a day, they entered the classroom for their first Spelling Bee. The prize at stake: the Top 4 spellers would get to go out to eat at Spur with Fics and I. Fics is the co-founder of Masinyusane with Jim. He is actually a famous tv star and is currently starring in an Afrikaans movie that's coming out in March. It’s so neat that he still is here every day for these kids. They really look up to him.
Nerves were running high as we gave them 10 ...