Keiskama Bed & Breakfast

Keiskama Street, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B, located on Keiskama Street, 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


... to the township. Some times it is hard to look at but it also is very interesting. This is why I chose South Africa. I got an offer to do take an internship at ACVV and today I accepted this offer. I think it is going to be great!

This is it for the day. I have to head out again. Pictures of my trip will follow later. Also I'll be posting pictures on Facebook. I'll try to keep my blog going for everyone. We'll see what the future will bring over here.


My 10th Grade Program

A travel blog entry by brisgranduhambo on Apr 10, 2013

23 photos

This year, I've felt more confident than ever teaching English to my, now, 10th graders. I have grown so close to my core group of fifteen students who come every day. My Youth Leaders (Xolela, Samora, and Vuyani) are also so helpful and reliable. It's been so neat to watch them get more confident in English and more excited to attend class.

The school year started in January and I can't believe it's already been 5 months. They are all beginning to ...

Beach Vibes: Learning to Surf

A travel blog entry by brisgranduhambo on Nov 28, 2012

5 photos

... to blow east here). There's so much to think about like swell size, swell direction, wind direction, wave height and wave period. I am still getting used to it! In addition, you really can't leave anything on the beach or it will get stolen. I am looking into buying a car lock to put my key in next year so I can get down to surf more often.

When I have gone though, I have absolutely LOVED IT! Of course I have been dunked quite a few times and inhaled my fair share ...

Leaving South Africa

A travel blog entry by thetruswells on May 26, 2012

5 comments, 25 photos

... of the tongue as it is pulled away from the roof of the mouth. It means 'happiness’ and her smile and manner fitted perfectly. Her sons name is Ziyanda, ‘we are growing up’, and a daughter Lubabalo, ‘to be blessed’.

I realise that I went to South Africa with pre-conceptions, and am glad they were pretty well all dashed. I thought that after all that the non-white people had had to put up with, and with the ...

Port Elizabeth to Tsitsikama

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

133 photos

... 8220;black and white” architecture. Picturesque and elite complete with its own golf course. Carlos said that it looked like a movie set rather than reality. Port St Francis. There the strict black and white theme makes way for sand and yellow tones. Disappointing thing about Port St Francis is that there is NO get to the Port at all. Access to it is via a housing complex. Residents only. I sneaked in on foot via the service road and ...