Courtyard Hotel Port Elizabeth
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Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth
... the land, harbouring delicate mist and employing their corrugated, riveted depth to inspire an almost soporific contemplation of one’s connection to the earth. Port Elizabeth’s skies filled with anvil clouds, a homage to Van Ruisdael, rivalled the larger-than-life scenery, nature bigger than Ben Hur. Since I first viewed this land, with its blatant magnetic attractions and equally repellent problems, I could understand how early European settlers (and particularly ...
... and did some laundry. It was a very quiet day as Erika stayed inside and watched movies for the whole day. Apart from a short interlude where she taught me a card game and we had a heart to heart over boys. I decided to do some laundry but it was nothing exciting. Craig came back about 5:45 beaming and excited to tell me about all the hundreds of elephants he had seen, and the warthogs, kudu and buffalo. Sounds like he had an ...
... the townships all day and we had to do lots of different things. We had to visit several day care institutions for little kids and we did some house visits. The little kids are adorable. Even in the middle of the poor lifestyle these kids greet you with open arms. They all want to shake hands and give you hugs. It's great how much love you receive from those little creatures. It is amazing to see the difference in livestyle if you just take a 5 minit drive from ...
... sight was a family of warthogs which were adorableeeee - well as adorable as warthogs get. There was a mom and four babies and they were just sniffing around the whole time. The babies were cute, and sometimes the mom would just stare at u s with her tusks and when they finally ran away they all ran with their tails in the air. I got very excited when we saw our first zebra - however turns out they are everywhere, and very photogenic. A couple times we got right up next to ...
This year, I've felt more confident than ever teaching English to my, now, 10th graders. I have grown so close to my core group of fifteen students who come every day. My Youth Leaders (Xolela, Samora, and Vuyani) are also so helpful and reliable. It's been so neat to watch them get more confident in English and more excited to attend class.
The school year started in January and I can't believe it's already been 5 months. They are all beginning to ...