Protea Hotel Marine
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on a glorified rubber duck. I will post photos of this so that us sane people can laugh. And basically the return route back is still a mystery to you, me and Lady Dee. Planning isn't really our family motto.
You know that sharp in-drawn breath you hear when you tell people you're going to Africa? Well folks, it's a perfectly reasonable reaction. She's a beast. A quote from the book my brother is reading 'Born ...
... of a flock of elephants. So we all stayed very still and quiet. It was so cool though. A while later and some more hectares covered we also bumped into the two rhino on the reserve. They are awesome animals. We had a great dinner again and then tonight we played duel solitaire and just messed around. So funny. We have booked to go to Jeffrey's Bay this weekend and the Bungy a week on Sunday! Tomorrow morning were up at half 5 to go on a dawn game drive. Already tired but can't ...
... to the back of his statue. My camera also caught a very apt flash of light across the statue as I took a photo of the text inscribed on it. After our whizz round the city we headed out towards the townships. We had already heard that in most cities you find distinct cultural groups living separate with the whites tending to occupy the city centres, followed by the black Africans then the coloureds living on the outskirts. The townships were outside the main ...
For all of these years, while I’ve celebrated Christmas in one way, Erik has been celebrating it in quite the opposite. Here’s a little summary of our Christmas 2012 in the Southern Hemisphere, in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, to be precise.
Friday the 21st was a shopping day and a bit of admin; we needed to extend our car hire so we can go back to Kenton to see Bruce and Luanne. Nothing ...
... refer to the town). We were met by "Esra" who drove us the 60 minutes to Shamwari. Graham's niece, Lyndal, had lived and filmed documentaries at Shamwari, so we were eager to see this famous game park. It is north east of Port Elizabeth, and we arrived at Long Lee Lodge (one of the 9 lodges) just in time for lunch. It was served on the lawn overlooking the lawns of the lodge onto the green rolling hills of Shamwari. I had an entre ...