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Coffee Bay

sunny 10 °C

It's been a long absence, but I finally am making an entry in my Travel Blog. I finally left Jeffreys Bay and made my way to Port Elizabeth. When I arrived at my hostel I was greeted by dozens of drunk partying college students in town for a tri-varsity tournament. I'd like to say that it was a fun and rock'n time, but it was not. I went to bed around 11:30 and was pleased that all the students had gone out to the bars. BUT, at 4:00 they came back. Cell phones, lights on and full on conversations was not really appreciated at that time of the morning, but I took it in stride because it's a hostel and that sometimes happens. Soon afterwords, they all crashed in their beds and even on the floor and fell asleep. Immediately, the power snoring started up and that was it for me. I went to the TV room to wait it out and when I went back to my room, another guy had jumped into my bed with his feet on my pillow. Oh what fun. I ended up watching TV until morning as a result. The next day I went on a Safari to a private game reserve. It was really great. We saw so many animals. Oh, it's dinner time. I will continue later.

Posted by mtn_biker 09:53 Archived in South Africa Tagged backpacking

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Hi Darryl from don, jackie and andrew.
We are enjoying reading about your trip. Sounds wonderful. How neat to read about everything your doing. can't wait to get another installment. We are leaving for a cruise to alaska and leaving for Kerry's tomorrow. We will give her the address too so she can read all about your trip. and we'll read the rest of it when we get home. It's too bad to here your too much of a wuss to take that huge bungi jump (from andrew, haha). Take care, talk to ya later from Don jackie and Andrew! bu-bye

08.18.2005 by JackPeck

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