Courtyard Hotel Port Elizabeth
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... is tatty and grim. We finally visited the Horse Memorial which was erected and dedicated to the horses killed in the 1899 Boer War. It is a very beautiful sculpture and we were pleased that we had risked death on the roads on the lower city centre to find it.
This morning, our last day in PE, we had arranged to call on Margaret Harradine and she had even more records about Hougham Hudson. She also assured us that Hougham Park house was still standing, ...
... with Amara the older white lion cub. White lions are my new favourite animal so that was cool. We did attempt a game drive but all we did was prevent a Blezbok from mating and get wet. Tonight we grabbed duvets, ate biscuits, played cards and watched Gravity so it was still a great day. But hopefully tomorrow will be better. Peace ...
The journey to Port Elizabeth started with me feeling very rough despite the blazing sunshine and great views. As the journey started (14 hours of it) I slept for the first few hours and at our lunch stop I felt really sick. After vomiting in the toilet the journey didn't get any better and at every stop I was sick! Oh dear! I didn’t feel any better when we finally arrived at our hostel, Jikelza at 11pm that night. I went straight to bed and the following day ...
... to see God's creation like they've never seen before, but it was also nice for myself to see a new part of Africa. I had the indemnity forms turned in by all the parents, transport figured out, a playlist for each car, and a First Aid kit packed and ready to go. I also was reassured by Father Jerry that he knew the way, so there was no stress. We had a guide who'd done the hike before!
When we arrived at the Zuurberg ...
... a myriad of wine bottles coming and going (these guys know their stuff) and a delicious braai of chicken wings on sticks, steak, potatoe, onion and salad. Kudos to Ern for some very good handy work while the rest of us got to work on the task of emptying bottles.
The evening ended with a lovely chat around the fire and as the embers dimmed, so did our energy and midnight called us to sleep. ...