African Pride Hacklewood Hill Country House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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, ...
... lunch would be served shortly. After lunch we headed to the hall for the studies and as I took my seat with the 3 boys while Glenn headed to the platform I asked the boys to rest their heads for a minute and within that same minute Hudson and Max were asleep and Ollie was quietly doing some craft. And in that moment I realised I was one of those women. A "speakers wife" proudly watching and listening to my husband give his talk while 2 out of 3 of my boys slept and the other ...
... 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 ...
So today we began the long trip back home. This called for a drive from Storms River Mouth to Port Elizabeth, flights from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg, to Atlanta, to Denver, and a drive from Denver to Steamboat. 40 hours total...Whew!
On the way to Port Elizabeth, we had to stop in Jeffreys Bay to go surfing. This is the home of the world famous "Supertube". The waves here roll in in such a way that they break ...
In Cape St. Francis:
- Beach Break: For any level. Can stay near shore and catch smaller waves if your a beginner or go out towards the big waves!
- Point: Only for advanced. Surf competitions are held here. It can usually get big waves, it's just tough to get out because of all the rocks. You really need to know how to maneuver your board so you don't hit a rock.
Well, that's all I can tell you for now, but I will keep you posted :). Surfs Up!! :)p