Garden Court East London

Address: Cnr. John Baillie & Moore Streets, East London, Eastern Cape, 5201, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Cnr. John Baillie & Moore Streets, East London.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from East London

    Dairy farm, poaching, game, braai and bonfire

    A travel blog entry by libafrica-usa on Dec 11, 2014

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    ... reportedly been found by rangers earlier that day. Given the pattern of the blood, J.P surmised that is was more likely a zebra that had foaled than a kill. Following down the road we lost the cars in front of us. We ended up following down the wrong path. Lost in the bush with Steve, Rach, Karmen, Liz Handelsman, Derek and Liz. About 15 minutes later after turning around we found them again, at a lookout over the Kai river, a major path of poaches into the reserve. Heading back we ...

    Little fruits of hope

    A travel blog entry by katherine-anne on Dec 02, 2014

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    ... the perfect place to conclude my trip.

    Due to previous bookings I was to spend one night at a neighbouring farm called Hope.
    An intimate, pretty dwelling, home of Belinda, who owns and runs the farm, specializing in courses on sustainable farming and permaculture.
    The following day she was hosting a group of school children, there to celebrate World Aids Day. I was invited to join in.
    I have never stopped to wonder what happens on World Aids Day. ...


    A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on May 15, 2014

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    ... I also needed to forget saying Siyabonga (thank you) and learn the Xhosa thank you that is "enkosi". Thankfully Tracey knows quite a lot of Xhosa and was able to teach me on the go. The children absorbed our lesson (or should I say Yvette's lesson which she teaches our brain gym grade 1 class) as we taught them signs to go with the English words "look" "in" "here" which we repeated over and over before learning to write it in shaving cream on coloured paper and ...

    Happy new year!

    A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jan 05, 2014

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    Hi guys, It's Alice,wishing you all a very happy new year! Firstly I just want to say a huge thank you for all the messages, calls, texts, emails, phone calls and cards to say congratulations on our engagement. We literally have been so so genuinely overwhelmed! It's such an exciting time, though I'm still getting used to my beautiful ring and scared I'm going to lose it! Well as Sam described we really did have a very busy trip back to the UK in December. Hannah and ...


    A travel blog entry by samandalice on Oct 01, 2013

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    ... miraculous that there are not more accidents there each day, as in the 4 hour is spent on the roads, I saw at least 15 major pile ups (due to reckless driving, high winds, blinding sun, slow lorries, animals) averted by a whisker. Needless to say we got home safe, although the car door is a little worse for wear and getting fixed this week. That's enough from me- I'll write shortly about the rugby finals involving tossed coins, drawn matches and eventual victory..... ...