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- Swimming pool
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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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... or-stings paranoia.
Our final route is this:
If you look at the bottom of Africa you will see a town called Port Elizabeth, otherwise known as 'The Windy City' a name I can give credit to having landed here in a gale force storm. That was neither fun nor funny. My dad lives in a little surfer town South of PE, actually quite a famous little town called Jeffreys Bay. If you're a die hard ...
... I'm starving and also feed the lion cubs their milk. Wooooop. Another night in Africa. I DON'T WANT TO GO HOME! --------- After writing the blog we ended up going on a last minute night drive. All the stars were ridiculous. We also saw Neptune and Mars on top of lots of different constellations. Just being out on the reserve at night was such a cool ...
... the weather wasn’t kind enough to take advantage of them. Instead we took up residence in the living room in front of the big TV. We watched a couple of films and South African masterchef too. It was a nice way to spend an evening. Later that night the Baz bus arrived and Richard who we’d dived with was on it which was nice. He was happy to see us again too and it looks like we’ll be a little gang for a while as he’s ...
Today is our South African Engagement Party!
Two days ago, on Tuesday, we woke in Kasouga, had coffee, and then went for a swim. We opted for the lagoon at 23 degrees as the sea at 18 degrees was just way too cold for either of us! I was so proud of us for actually getting in the water! Erik is used to it. I suppose I was most proud of me. 23 degrees Celsius is still quite a bit too cold for my liking. Basically, if it's not ...
... Absa and FNB are the common banks in South Africa). I sat in the waiting area for an hour where I watched a rugby game on television and heard the same bank commercials millions of time. In addition, everyone was speaking Afrikaans. It was interesting hearing only Afrikaans because many white South Africans actually speak English in public otherwise. I also wasted a half hour sitting because no one was directing me that you had to sign-in, oops. ...