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RESTORATION in the Port Elizabeth

The Eastern Cape is known for its Eco-Tourism and as an adventure destination.  One of South Africa’s beautiful Sunshine Coast cities and the eastern doorway to beautiful gardens. It has given me many experiences that are best so far, especially as a gate away. It is, therefore, a great deal. I am still yet to explore the beautiful, wild and pristine places which I am sure is one of the most beautiful coastlines in Africa, if not the world. And I want to be able to experience its restoration effects.

When my daughter graduated from Rhodes University and my sister and I attended it, it was an experience of a lifetime.

I fell in love with everything from the malaria free game viewing,  coastlines, the sunshine coast, especially for swimming. Now that she is staying in a new complex, overlooking the port, it really is a beautiful scenery from her balcony.

From that time I realised Eastern Cape, in general, was the place for me and Port Elizabeth specifically. I felt very safe, in this City, I could even travel to town using public transport to the Green Acres mall.

Considering what I had experienced, when the year started on a hype, with the budget preparations, business plans, first quarter board meetings,  I made a vow to come back to PE for its restorative effect. And here I am.

The weather didn’t play up, it was just perfect, and what the doctor prescribed for my battered body. My phone wasn’t ringing that much, and the therapeutic effect of the holiday was palpable. So I had budgeted good and it was value for money.  I had activities all lined up and among I promise, it’s going to be worth the read.

In order to walk with me this journey of restoration, just click the buttons above and follow me on facebook, twitter and Instagram.  You will definitely be restored too. And as I follow through my itinerary,  invite you to walk with me.  One thing for sure it was money well spend, especially after stopping over in Johannesburg and visited my siblings whom I had not seen in a very long time. This was despite the fact that when my brother-in-law who so excited to see me insisted on taking to Rosebank Gautrain station but not in time to be able to catch the flight to Port Elizabeth.  It didn’t however,  dampen my spirits. I enjoyed every bit of it.

You will too definitely be restored. And as I follow through my itinerary, I invite you to walk with me.  One thing for sure it was money well spend, especially after stopping over in Johannesburg and visited my siblings whom I had not seen in a very long time. This was despite the fact that when my brother-in-law who so excited to see me insisted on taking to Rosebank Gautrain station but not in time to be able to catch the flight to Port Elizabeth.  It didn’t however,  dampen my spirits. I enjoyed every bit of it.

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  • Reply Laurina

    That smile!!! We miss you already. Do come back, soon ☺

    20/04/2017 at 15:12
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