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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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... Most whites have black housekeepers, nanny's and gardeners as the minimum wage is so minimal it is cheap to pay someone else to do your work for you. We didn't have to make our bed or do the dishes once during our stay, weird but wonderful. Note to self: One must not become accustomed to such service so early in a backpacking year.... Eating out is also so cheap. Our first experience was breakfast overlooking the Indian Ocean vista for a grand total of ...
... in time for the show, double bill tonight. Neil Diamond tribute and a Soprano. Wasn't keen on the soprano just not our thing, I've seen opera and when it's the whole thing I don't mind but somehow just someone standing there singing and it's a bit high pitched, no not for me. The Neil Diamond tribute was alright, enjoyed it. Went out on deck to take some night shots with the camera. What a day it has been, only on a cruise could you get a day like this. ...
... and homemade bakery) called Nanaja along the way. They sell nougat, mince pies, ice cream, salsas, and all sorts of other things.There I bought a few goodies to bring home.
We finally arrived to the game reserve at 2:30 p.m. to check-in for our 3 p.m. drive. Our ranger was Ranger Nick, a very "nice chap" indeed. He always took us on the road less traveled. We didn't follow the rest of the vehicles through the game reserve, we always drove ...
A lovely guided game drive in the small private reserve of Kragga Kamma. Very nice and we saw a variety of animals. Then we went to Greenacres shopping centre and on the way back to the guesthouse we drove past (the back of) our old house. Having a spot of trouble uploading a photo for today ...
... no concept of how they fit into the park’s overall composition. The park took on the quality of a soap opera: anecdotes, recurring characters, dramatic plotlines and more than one murder!
The first animals we encountered upon entering Schotia were a pair of white rhinos. White Rhinos are a particularly unlucky species: their horns are believed to have all manner of ridiculous qualities, such as the ability to cure cancer, by wealthy morons, mainly in the Far East. ...