Radisson Blu Hotel, Port Elizabeth
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth
The weather on ‘The Sunshine Coast’ is very unpredictable and in between scorching hot days, the wind howls and it lashes with rain. It is probably just as well it has not been wall-to-wall sunshine every day otherwise it would have been hard to leave our little piece of paradise at Fish River Mouth.
The Great Fish River …
... into our hotel, showered the kids and headed out to find dinner, We wanted to go back to the Boardwalk one last time and I'm so glad we did. Being night time it was very different with all the lights (looking a bit like Santa Monica Pier) and the water fountains were on with their changing lights. We took James and Emma to spur to introduce them to a Spur Steak and then headed out to watch the lights and enjoy fresh cinnamon donates and ice cream. ...
... watch them cross the line to become a South African Ironman. All in all a successful event for spectators and athletes alike! We had a total of 8 days in Port Elizabeth for the IM and we stayed at a lovely guesthouse called Abeach Cottage where our Afrikaans hosts Charlotte (a Milf), her husband Jean (also doing the Ironman and a dilf), her two boys Jean-Louis and Leo (very cute) and the two African housekeepers/nanny's Madisa and Maria (beautiful fun ladies) ...
... pool, massive kitchen area and a pool and ping-pong table; a hostel that would be amazing in good weather, which annoyingly we didn’t have. And the kids were rather endearing; a few of them came up to us as soon as they heard we were from England and insisted on shaking our hands and having a quick chat with us; pretty sweet! As soon as I was in the room I got onto the net, with a lot of help from my mum, and started emailing any volunteering projects that ...
... so thrilled to have an American friend and they were ecstatic to have a photo of their friend. Not only are they learning about another country (it was hilarious seeing their faces when I showed them a picture of ice fishing and snow-mobiling), making a new "friend," and learning how to write a letter, but they are getting more and more confident writing in English.
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