Kennaway Hotel

Address: Esplanade, Orient Beach, East London, Eastern Cape, 5211, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Esplanade, Orient Beach, East London.
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    The end!

    A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... everyone we wanted to (which we did). The days obviously flew past, and thanks must go to Jon and Elia (and Rubbish the cat) for putting us up for a few nights. So, after good bye to the beach, hospital, spar, far too quickly, we found ourselves saying final good byes and standing at the departure gate in little old EL airport. The tears were kicked off by our leaving committee of Jon and Elia, Craig and Sarah and, Travis. As anyone who has had to leave ...

    Day 2 of Garden Route - East London

    A travel blog entry by jcperrett on Dec 11, 2013

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    ... A beer truck lost its load and then it was on young and for old, cars stopping everywhere on the highway with people of all ages picking up the cans of beer, we drove straight through as the beer was Castle so not worth stopping! The police dont even bother to try and stop the mass LOL! We had to take a detour around Nelson ...


    A travel blog entry by samandalice on Oct 01, 2013

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    ... It is the furthest we have been by road (over 400km each way), and was a bit of a tester for future longer road trips. We managed to get away a little early on Friday afternoon, and set off at 2pm. The drive was approximately 4.5 hours, but the last 200km were some of the most pleasant I have driven (Al was post call, so dozing where she could between the sweeping turns and endless views). We arrived to our small house at dusk, having received ...

    Sydney...Lions Lions Lions....

    A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jun 11, 2013

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    ... in the history books. It was a pleasure to sing songs from each of the home nations (bread of heaven a particular favourite), and the party atmosphere increased as the tries rolled in. With ten minutes to go, Wallaby fans were already heading for the exit, followed by chants of 'cheerio'. We stood enjoying the post match glow for about half an hour, exhausted but happy, singing along to Tom Jones, Oasis and the Beatles. Post match celebrations form ourselves were surprisingly muted, as ...

    The Trans-Kei

    A travel blog entry by samandalice on Apr 15, 2013

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    This last weekend we took our first proper visit to the trans-kei/wild coast area. It's called the trans-kei as you have to cross the kei river the enter it. It's a former 'homeland' (areas created by the apartheid government for each indigenous tribe, this one for the Xhosa people), and was independent until 1994. This means it is very underdeveloped and agricultural, with most of the land still being technically owned by tribal kings. We set off in a bit of a rush after work on ...