Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth
Today is a tad hotter than yesterday, the sea feels a bit more rough and quite a breeze blowing. Spent the morning in the usual way. Lost at shuffle again. Went to the photo shop to see if the photos of the charity walk were out but apparently they have to contact Macmillan first before they can display. Not sure why it's so complicated but hey rules are rules. The new Captain tha joined us in Singapore is a bit of a comedian, he loves to put ...
Last week my host family was beyond kind to me, they treated me to a Safari/Game Drive at Scotia!!! It was such an AMAZING gift and a very special way to spend one of my last weekends with them.
Scotia is about a 45-minute drive from Port Elizabeth and let's just say the drive couldn't go fast enough. It was an absolutely gorgeous day to be outside. Prior to arriving at Scotia we stopped at a nice padstall (rest stop with a restaurant, gift ...
... bored and wanders off. I have to make sure he is feed, his enclosure is clean, and I sit with him for about an hour a day. He isn't on show to the public as it stresses him out and he gets angry. So his enclosure is out f sight from the public so we go in to keep him company. Sadly this place isn't very well organized when it comes to the volunteers. I felt like I was wasting a lot of my time and some tasks they would have 3 people doing which could be easily done by one. This also ...
... spent a whole hour just watching the big cats. It was only a 5 minute slot within the enclosure, but it took a good 15 minutes to work up the nerve to go in there. The volunteers and trainers spoke a little too much about the cats, when all I wanted to do was focus my attention wholly upon the experience of being so close to the cats minus any fences or glass (it makes a big difference!)
... Got ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility