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Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth
... to get very bored and not get what we had signed up for at all. We arrived at the centre which in fairness was set in a stunning area on a high plateau overlooking the ocean. We drove in past giraffe, wildebeest and various antelope species but then to seal the disappointment we were feeling we saw the ‘sheds’ we would be staying in while at the park. Especially as it was raining the damp wooden huts looked even more unappealing. By the time ...
... many teens were asking to run up the hill too, getting nervous that their parents were at the Church waiting for them, they had other activities to be back for, that they were tired and thirsty and so on.
After some convincing and calming we all stuck together and walked up the hill together. At the top everyone just sat there looking exhausted. I finally insisted we call back to the Inn and have a ranger come get us. We used the GPS ...
... for a “Student Dezigns Account” still; I only pay R16 a month. If you’re a student you also don’t face the other charges until you are out of school. I am so thankful that worked out. In order to get this account going though, let me tell you now, I had to walk to the bank THREE TIMES to get everything sorted. It went like this:
Monday: Walked to Nedbank down the road from the church (note: Nedbank, ...
... quick family gathering yesterday. Th females/males came out of the bushes down the hill, had a meet and greet and then headed in their seperate directions. Managed to get a shot of them all together.
On one of our days (as there wasn't much sunbathing to be had!) we went to Monkeyland and saw 9 of the 11 species they have there. We wandered through the forest with our guide and crossed the longest suspension bridge ...
... right next to places that are legally termed “informal housing settlements”. There were millions of Rands spent on erecting the museum, its exhibits and, maintenance, when you might think some of that money could have been spent to build people houses. It just makes me wonder, sometimes, if the government even wants to get rid of townships, filled with black people, in South Africa.
I also participated in a Cultural Night at church the weekend before last. ...
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