- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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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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... group of followers local hero and “big
easy” living legend, Ernie Els.
Not like a PGA tournament at Torrey Pines (San Diego) USA (25 $ entry fee) where taking pictures was
At Glendower you could film, take pics, as
much as you like. It was an hairraising finals where the leader lost 6 points
at the last round. He started with a very comfortable lead but couldn’t keep it
... a mongoose and some birds. Still for the big 5! After breakfast we packed up sandwiches and made our way to the other side of the reserve to the elephant sanctuary. On the way there we each took turns to sit on the front of the jeep as we drove along. That was fun. We also stopped along the way to machete down some trees. We needed to use them to rake the grass. By the time we arrive it was nearing 11 and scorching ...
... and once we’d got the couple in the adjacent room to switch off their crazily loud TV all was peaceful and we slept well. The bus turned up at 7.30am to take us from Port Elizabeth to Jeffreys Bay (called Jeffreys Baai in Afrikaans). We intended to leave the rain behind as the forecast was better for the weekend. So we said goodbye to the staff we’d been hanging out with all week and loaded ourselves back onto the now familiar minibus with Richard in tow too. ...
... beloved South Africa after a legendary 14 hour hell flight!!! I, of course slept for the first 7 hours thanks to a broken TV and Elis was wide awake the whole trip. It was, at least a chilled flight and we did finally arrived safe and sound in Jo'burg. The strangest thing was travelling for 14 hours but arriving in Africa only 6 hours after we left Australia. I have to admit we were a bit dazed and confused for the first day.
We arrive ...
... the pitch you say it and it will work just fine as a response!
But anyway, like I was saying, right now I have been barely able to catch my breath. I am volunteering at Mater Dei Catholic Church as a Youth Minister and also as a Program Coordinator with the Masinyusane Organization in Port Elizabeth, SA. Upon arriving on the 29th of August at 9:30 p.m. (2:30 p.m. U.S. time) I have been nothing but busy being introduced to all the Parish members, ...