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TravelPod Member ReviewsManor 38 Port Elizabeth
Wendy will look after you so well.
You will not have a better breakfast
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Today we are in South Africa in Port Elizabeth, part of the Eastern Cape province. 17 rand to 1 pound. We booked an excursion off our own backs and about 20 of us were driven to the Kwantu Private Game Reserve just over an hour away. We arrived and they were so welcoming and for about £50 we had a buffet breakfast and lunch plus a 3 hour safari tour of the reserve, we also got to play with the baby lions and even stopped at an elephant sanctuary ...
... were to be found were extremely friendly and showcased how unique their culture is. However, a thriving tourist hub this was not, and finding a cafe that was open for lunch was done so by sheer luck. One trip to this quiet, all most unworldly, community was enough, it was not worth the drenching of the dinghy ride to come back having seen all that was on offer in a matter of hours.
In contrast, Direction Island was another world in itself. Uninhabited, it served as more of a ...
... It was very chilly at this point and I was almost praying we didn't see any more animals. My heart had already been so worked up from the lions earlier, I didn't know if I could take much more haha. However, although we didn't see lions we did see the elephants again. This time we saw the "naughty bull" who tends to come right up to the vehicle. This is why passengers no longer are allowed to bring snacks on the drives. We were also a bit ...
... Everyone uses instant coffee here, not filtered coffee and tea is more popular than coffee.
-Roobois tee is my favorite tea. It is from South Africa and in Afrikaans it means “red bush.”
-Napkins are called serviettes.
-Every school in South Africa, whether government funded or private, all have uniforms. Uniforms are all different depending on the school but all students wear uniforms here.
-There are no school buses in ...
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