TripAdvisor Reviews Ikhayalam Lodge Port Elizabeth
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... a family born and raised in this dark and mysterious country we knew we had to go armed with some serious security measures...
Yup, that is exactly what it looks like, a catapult. Bought originally to annoy the pesky and irritatingly curious baboons at the border, now promoted to killer of all things that want to eat us. Running sounds wise.
Our top range security isn't the only area we cut ...
... melted those too. Now we're watching Life of Brian and I'm feeling very content, I have had such a great laugh here. I've cried almost every day (through laughter) and have seen some incredible things. Big up the animals. At Kwantu I have seen: Blezbok Zebra Blue Wildebeest Black Wildebeest Impala Elan Kudu Mongoose Hippopotamus Giraffe Rhino Lions Jackal Cheetahs White lions Tigers Springbok Elephants Loads of birds Even more ...
... having seen the Zulu village we were a little bit more prepared for what we saw but the poverty still comes as a shock. The township was composed of a mixture of concrete small dwellings that are recent government built homes right next to really basic wooden shacks that house those who have not yet moved or populations of ‘temporary’ migrants who have often built on flood plains or landfill sites. The main roads running through were tarmac but the side ...
... am very blessed to be marrying into such a welcoming and carefree family. Michel and Tina met in an unconventional way and wed unconventionally, as did Cora and Simon. We also met unconventionally and will marry unconventionally. It’s just the way we both like it.
I only wish Erik’s mother could have been there. I wish I could have met her. She certainly did a brilliant job raising Erik and I would like to have been able to thank her. ...
... people tell you the same things about safety: don’t drive with your windows down, don’t leave anything in the car, drive with the doors locked, don’t carry around cash, and so on. They meant well but I have never had so many tips while sitting at a bank in my life.
What a week this was! I can say now though, it’s nice having an account here and not worrying about exchanging American dollars for South African ...
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