Courtyard Hotel Port Elizabeth
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... 8217; (see pic) which was probably named after him, because most of the streets in this fascinating town are named after the Settlers.
It is an interesting town with numerous churches, the most important being the cathedral of St Michael & St George. Amazingly, we found further traces of ‘Mousey Thompson’ from Yorkshire here; the little mouse atop a wooden plaque in honour of the fallen heroes of World War II! The architecture in the ...
Not much different to report today other than I DONT WANT TO GO HOME. A pretty standard awesome day at Kwantu. Today's activities were: Making a ladder for the white lion climbing frame. Alien vegetation (chopping down trees with machete's) Game counting:impalas. Cuddling and playing with the lion cubs. All were very very enjoyable and we had a good laugh. It's Laurie's birthday today so were having cake and a party tonight! ...
... most of my onward journey however, the road was far too bumpy so I only managed a few winks. It was very interesting driving through some of the other places. I heard lots of positive things about Cinsta a small seaside town and a good hostel their called Buccaneers which did look very nice when we picked others up! On our way to Cinsta we also went past Mandela's house which surprised me due to how close it was to the main road ...
... went past the house where we were married for a dose of nostalgia.
On our return, we stopped in Jeffreys Bay to do some shopping at Billabong. I bought a wet suit to prepare for the lovely warm water of Southern Brazil and of course, Elis added to her ever-expanding bikini collection. So, she is ready for the beach while I am grabbing some waves heehee. We absolutely love Jeffreys Bay the ocean was gorgeous.
On Tuesday we visited a cricket bat factory. It ...
Another early start. Not by choice, but by habit. Our body clocks have shifted and we are now early risers and don't seem to be minding it. So at 6:30 were were up to pack, shower and tidy up our things. At 8am we were having a yummy breakfast of avo and crust-less quiche. The flavor was far nicer than I can accomplish with my quiches and it seems that the secret is to sauté the ingredients ...