Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth
... 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. ...
... aren’t we fancy)!!! Alex and Clarissa work with photography and canvas printing (website available on request heehee) so the wonderful present they gave us was a canvas of the two of us and a series of professionally produced photos. Whoever visits our future house will be able to see our canvas up on our bedroom wall. Thanks for the lovely gift guys!!!!
In Porto Elizabeth is all happiness. It’s so nice to be close to mum ...
... comfortable that I know the city too well yet! Got to say another goodbye to Lendl and Alfonso which made me happy. One taxi ride later I was at the airport, paid my R50 and spent my last R20 on two little figurines of an elephant and a rhino.
Checked in. Beep beep through the scanner and when the lady was checking me for sharp things she patted me down ...
... trump her with our days viewings.
Toby made a brave decisions to forfeit a rugby world cup game to come to the Cheetah rehabilitation sanctury. Its run by a really nice man called Daniel who gave up his job in retail to look after cheetahs and other cats whose mothers had been killed and reintroduce them to the wild. He took us round himself and was really passionate about what he did. He openeded the enclosure of Ola, one of the female cheetah and invited us ...
... help, and a few students who attended the film stayed around to offer their assistance. We only had one broom, so most of the work was done by hands, and by hands, I mean crawling around and picking up the millions of popcorn kernels that were all over the floor. All in all, Friday was yet another learning experience, and we will be able to give valuable advice to the other ETA’s who are coming next year. The number of students who are allowed to attend should be cut off ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services