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 ...
... to fines! Josh kept his promise of letting us have a pizza for our tea so we went down to the bar at 7pm, we were starving! The pizza topping choice for me was limited so I ended up just having a cheese pizza with garlic mayo. It was still yummy though. We played some table tennis and Craig tried to teach me how to play darts... Hmmm... And then we went to watch the first episode of Game of Thrones in ...
... 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 ...
... moment there that we all sat still with breaths held!
We stayed at a lovely little campsite (still in a dorm room though) in the heart of the park with a cute dog that had a fake leg. We curled up on the sofas that evening and watched a film, just like a little family! We left early the next morning as we had a couple of long driving days to get back up to Johannesburg. We were driving down the highway that runs ...
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 ...