The Beach Hotel
Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth
... sort of film. It's not the sort of thing I would recommend you pay money to see but if it comes on the tele why not give it a try. Had a look at the Wii games room today (it's supposed to be for the kids) need to find out what happens to the controls after hours, could be fun to have a tournament when the entertainment isn't that good. Found out about the wii, spent a couple of hours playing ten pin bowling. To begin with I was scoring well ...
... I was the first volunteer and basically you stand with your back to about five ostriches holding a bowl of food and they peck all around you. Quite surprising - I had thought it would be more like when Cory gives me a massage...but no. Finally, we got to stand on ostrich eggs. These things are very strong when they are full, and both of us were able to stand on top of them and get some pictures. After ostriches, we were going to see the wildcats and crocodiles, but it ...
... the bush on our own. For this first hour and a half we saw many animals including hippos, lots of impalas, crocodiles, and other types of buck.
Then there was a tea break where we had an amazing South African snack, Roosterkoek, pronounced "roor-stir-cook" while rolling your r's. It literally means grill cake as they cook it on the braai (grill). Then when it's nice and warm you add your butter, jam, and honey. It was so good.
Before quitting Tsitsikamma completely, we had a pleasant 6km ride down to the river.......and an unpleasant ride back. On the way down we discovered that I&A's hire-bikes didn't have functional brakes. Using some tools from the road-side (2 rocks and a stick) we got them working. The river itself was an extraordinarily peaty colour. The rivers through these steep-sided ravines are home to ...
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How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service