The Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... with it, most records of the 1820 Settlers. So we could not find a grave for poor John.
We climbed up the hill (PE, like many ports, is built on a steep hill above the harbour) to the Donkin Reserve, Lighthouse and ‘The Great Flag’ (the tallest and biggest flag in South Africa). It’s OK but like most of PE, slightly tatty. We went into The Grand Hotel (the oldest hotel in PE) for a beer and a sandwich. As we were leaving, we took a ...
... be collecting us in so we watched each car in anticipation. As 5pm rolled up a girl came over to us and asked if we were Jess and Craig and showed us to the car where we met John and his son Josh. We enjoyed watching their expletive banter! We piled into the car with our bags balancing on top of crates of beer and made our bumpy way, the 100km, to Addo. We went past townships and park perimeters and spotted some flamingos, kudu and ostriches. It was getting dark as we turned into ...
... our way to Port Elizabeth this afternoon we stopped off at Storm River Gorge for another photo opportunity (no photo attached). We are staying one night at The Boardwalk Hotel, but I wish we were staying longer to enjoy the ocean views and all the facilities. Last week I was raving about the Table Bay Hotel, but this one is even better ...
... love" because you have to squeeze through some tight spaces and it is as if the cave is giving you lots of hugs. Apparently, a couple of years back a very very large woman got stuck in the tunnel of love and they took hours to get her out. Fortunately, even with our eating habits over the past few days Mike and I made it safely through. The next tunnel was called the "Devils Chimney" and was by far the most difficult. You had to climb and shimmy up this literally chimney ...
... for the teens to pitch tents, and they had a boat for tubing and, what they call, a rubber duckie (those inflatable boats)!
On March 1st- March 2nd we just had a one night camp experience for the teens. Although some of the teens couldn't come due to sport (they don't say "sports" just like they say "maths" instead of "math" class) and academics, we still had a lovely group turn-out.
We couldn't have had a nicer weekend; the weather ...