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Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth
... is being developed as an enormous industrial park and as we drove further and further on, every road came to a dead end. It seemed that there was nothing there at all.
Disheartened, we headed into PE and booked into a really rather nice Radisson hotel. The view from our 11th floor bedroom window is out of this world and after a fish ‘dinner’ at a little café by the sea, we retired to bed rather early. It had been a tiring day and perhaps ...
... I stocked up on a ham and cheese toastie; Breakfast of kings. It could have been my last ever. Robert, Louise, Sydney, Seonaid and I piled into the chevy and set off on our 1.5 hour journey down the coast to the Bungee. We freaked ourselves out along the way just for shiggles but we made good time. Plus it was a beautiful day and a picturesque drive. On the way we marked that the bridges were growing. It was scary and then we finally ...
... bought what we can carry. Loads of Zim banknotes on offer, from R10 (about 65p) for 10 billion Zim dollars. Probably a fair reflection of the exchange rate.
Back home for lunch and a relaxing afternoon in the sun.
PE is a lovely city, not too big, streets wide, nice and comfortable. Maybe we should think about retiring here?
Another big project of mine while I have been here, as part of the Youth Ministry component, was putting together a retreat for the teens. We'd done a Stay Awake in the Church Hall, a bowling outing, a car wash, Shrove Tuesday fundraiser, the hike, and Christmas cookie decorating... but we hadn't actually had a proper camp.
It was my goal when first coming down here to do this for the teens. Religious camps aren't as popular as they are in the ...
... a Native American themed burger and steak place. It is a nice, family restaurant; to compare, it’s much like our Applebees. Anyway, my ninth graders had an awesome time. For each of them, it was their first time out to eat, besides Snowball who has been out once before. They were so nervous to order but yet so interested to learn simple things like how to cut apart their ribs. We had some very funny conversations too. None of them liked their onion rings which we ...