Sir Roys At The Sea

Cnr Perrott Str & Newcorn Rd, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cnr Perrott Str & Newcorn Rd, Port Elizabeth, is near Red Location Museum, Addo Raptor and Reptile Centre, Humewood Golf Course, and 1820 Settlers National Monument.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth

The start of my journey

A travel blog entry by olivergerard on Mar 11, 2014


... But internet is slow everywhere in south africa. In about 3 to 4 weeks i will be moving to the student house. I will be living with 11 girls and I will be the only guy. Wish me luck... There are 2 student houses right next to each other. In the other house there are living 2 guys at the moment so if i see to much pink then luckely i can always chill out over there.

In the past week(s) I just took my time to get to know the city, the students and of ...

Two Oceans One Spirit

A travel blog entry by brisgranduhambo on Apr 17, 2013

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... control I guess.

"The Most Beautiful Race in the World" was FANTASTIC!!!! Despite not being able to walk for two days after (we did make it to the table for Easter brunch!)... I would do it again!

:) Cool Runnings!

(Side Thought: In the States do they hand out Coke at the drink stops? The South Africans get a cup of coke and water it down. It is quite tasty; just surprised me on the first race to get offered Coke.)


Big Tree to Family

A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik on Dec 15, 2012

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... rolls, soup, rice, sweet and sour chicken, steak and onions, sizzling chicken and sweet potato (amazing), ice cream and bowtie. The white wine was also delectable. It was a lovely treat, with lots of fun chitchat about our travels and a trip they are going to plan for friends.

By 10pm we were curling up on our mats on the floor of the office, snuggled in for a good night’s sleep. Tomorrow we’re off to Addo Elephant Park. ...

My African Safari

A travel blog entry by zachhazard on Oct 19, 2012

... few moments later, my group spotted a warthog off the side of the muddy road and I immediately thought of the Lion King. A smile escaped me, as I thought back to Timon and Pumbaa singing and dancing in the brush, but it brought little consolation for the lack of seeing lions, tigers and rhinos.

A girl next to me started humming Hakuna Matata and I instantly began to feel better. Seeing that warthog and hearing that song made me realize that ...

One step closer!

A travel blog entry by maeve.osullivan on May 28, 2012

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... back. It is in debate at the moment whether all rhinos should be dehorned when they are born, because once you removed the base of the horn it will never regrow. When animals are young they heal quickly, and if they are facing life without a horn from the beginning then they can adapt easily. Although it's not ideal, it's a possible way of ensuring the safety of the species.

Too tired to debate now though. 8am start tomorrow, so in bed by 9pm. ...

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