5th Avenue Beach House

Address: Marine Drive, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, 6001, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Marine Drive, Port Elizabeth, is near Red Location Museum, Humewood Golf Course, Port Elizabeth Oceanarium, and Greenacres Shopping Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth

      Warm hearts

      A travel blog entry by faralley on Feb 15, 2015

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      “Swimming in a river of pain” My second visit to Port Elizabeth (PE). Visiting MTR Smits Children Haven invited by Dr. Chrystal Watson. Dr. Watson is the mother of mothers and in charge of the care of more than 100 children. From baby till over the age of 18. Some were found in dustbins, “thrown” away by their mother, neglected, (sexually) abused, some of them are orphans.
      It was very impressive to see how much love, ...

      Day 15 - drove my Chevy to the levee...

      A travel blog entry by adamsmally on Apr 19, 2014

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      Hmmmmm. That was a groan of satisfaction. I loved today. This morning I was up normal time to finish packing and take my final photos of Kwantu. Breakfast was at 8. Eggs, beans and toast. And I wouldn't have it any other way. After final cuddles with the lion cubs I said my farewells to Peter and Polite. What great guys. Geoff drove us to Port Elizabeth but we had to stop near the underpass to change vans. Some of us are staying in Port Elizabeth for the day and ...

      Port Elizabeth and Addo

      A travel blog entry by stevehumphreys on Feb 13, 2014

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      ... the road for any glimpse of something moving. It's amazing how many elephants can hide just a few metres from the road, and not be seen.

      During the day we saw warthogs, jackals, monkeys, zebra, kudu, eland, mongoose, tortoises, a monitor lizard (being bitten by a warthog!), and of course elephants. At first we spotted just a few of them crossing the road (they seem to consider stationary cars as part of the landscape, though they get a bit nervous ...

      Surfing Our Way Home

      A travel blog entry by skibum80488 on May 13, 2013

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      ... to right at exactly the same speed that a surfer would go while riding his board. So, when a surfer catches a wave at its left end, he can get into the curl quickly and stay in the tube for a "super" long time. Hence the name "Supertube".

      Jefferys Bay was the focal point of the 1970s movie "Endless Summer". You Steamboat guys will remember when Les Otten changed the name of Steamboat Ski School to "Perfect ...

      Cricket is their Baseball

      A travel blog entry by brisgranduhambo on Dec 05, 2012

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      ... example), but these games only come to PE every once in awhile. I was very pleased just to see cricket live, no matter how "poor" it was.

      I must say, cricket is a complicated game to learn! I luckily picked up a few things about cricket, but not a ton. The basics I learned include that cricket is a sport involving two teams of eleven players, when they "pitch" the ball it is called "bowling" in cricket, and LBW stands for Leg Before ...