Courtyard Hotel Port Elizabeth
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... managed to freak everyone out as she came screaming out of the undergrowth with the White lion following her. It stopped before it reached the main group but not before everyone had reorganised their bowel movements. Weekend we had off so normally we went into Port Elizabeth. This normally involved shopping in the afternoon, going to beershack (the top bar in PE) followed by a morning hangover curing breakfast at a local spot. This was followed by snooping ...
... local shop cum restaurant 5 minutes away. The food was wonderful. We had tomato soup then shared a spinach pasta that we couldn't finish. Went to our little sanctuary in the grounds and collapsed at 7.30.
Pity we didn’t make the bed before we took the photo.
Anyway very colonial style, no phone, TV or radio but a very spacious room.
... Paul twice, now I should have left it as best of three but I had to let him have best of five, you guessed it he then went on to beat me. The show was a bit classical so not our sort of thing. We put our clocks back by an hour again tonight, I think you are now on BST so tomorrow we will only be 2 hours ahead of you. Of course this just means we are getting nearer to home!!! I understand that your weather has improved though so that's good news. ...
From Jeffrey's Bay we headed back inland and up to Addo National Park for our last game drive of the trip. The park is only small compared to the others we had gone to in Botswana and Namibia and populations of animals were considerably smaller so we had our work cut out to spot the wildlife. We were able to drive around the park in the truck which was a huge benefit as the area was very bushy and the animals liked to hide in ...
... we headed out for another hour to see more animals. This time we were able to see the White Rhinos! I was so glad to hear that these rhinos tend to come close to the owner's home at night; that may sound scary to have a rhino near you, but because of this the poachers have not attacked them. The poaching crisis in South Africa has grown terribly. Government and conservation sectors are more concerned than ever that if the poaching doesn't stop, ...