City Lodge Hotel Port Elizabeth
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 38, he was elected to Grahmstown Church Vestry. The records also say that in 1852 he put his Grahamstown property up for sale, so he must have lived there, too.
We went to the Settlers’ museum and searched through the records but could not find a mention of the Hudson name. We came across the Curries - his eldest son had married one of their daughters - but otherwise, nothing. A little disappointing. However, we did find a street called ...
... to the rangers: Peter, Polite, Denzely, Coolman, Lucas and Geoff for the laughs, the rides and the facts. Thanks to all the fellow Kwantu volunteers: Amy, Ellie, Seonaid, Phoebe, Anna, Olivia, Sydney, Louise, Nyelle, Tara, Pia, Gabrielle, Pav, Tim, Lawrie, Nick, Tisch, Axel, Robert, Charlie, Theo, Fred and Dan. It's been emotional. Whenever we're on a game drive and ready to move on we say challo, which is 'lets go' in Afrikaans. ...
Today's journey went from Coffee Bay at 12pm pick up to Port Elizabeth for a 11.30pm arrival. Before my departure in the morning I had my final surf lesson, once again in the rain, but this time the waves were choppier and the current much stronger so I spent at least half the lesson chasing my board and dragging it back through the waves which was quite a workout :p! I hoped that this bit of exercise would burn me out and allow me to ...
... and Uncle still live. It is about an hour and a half drive from PE. We had a lovely weekend with friends and family and even went for a boat ride up the river that enters the ocean at Port Alfred. Beautiful scenery!! On Sunday we went down to east beach and Elis, of course, had her traditional rather chilly dip to lock up the weekend with a golden key. As usual Elis was the only on with the guts to enter the 15 deg. Ocean water. As she says, it is necessary to purify the soul. ...
... got a marshmallow (a special treat for them) and a Participation Certificate signed by Jim and I. They don’t get many awards like this so they all still seemed proud to leave with something in their hands. Jim (the Founder and Manager of Masinyusane) said that even this simple piece of paper with their name on it is something they will keep forever. The simple things really count here.
So, the following Monday we took the TOP 4 winners to Spur. This is, ...