This weekend, Port Elizabeth offers you some great activities.
Why not go for a run on the Hope Well Estate and thereafter, treat yourself to a great dinner at a fine restaurant in the city.
The key is to utilise these individual events that Port Elizabeth have to offer and then compile a ‘things to do list’ for the weekend that’s ideal to your preference.
Here is a list of 8 fun and productive activities to help you get the most out of your weekend in Port Elizabeth!
Adrenaline shot: Run, run, run! The Hope Well Estate will be hosting one of the PE Spur Winter Trail Series races on Sunday 21 August. This is a great fitness exercise and the whole family can join in!
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Day Tripping: The annual citrus sports day will be celebrating their 21st anniversary at the Citrus Sports Day 2016 event on Saturday 20 August at Sundays River Primary School. More than 6000 visitors are expected to attend the event. You can expect some great activities for the whole family and also take advantage of some of the food stalls that will be available.
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Easy mornings: Take a stroll on the Aloe Hiking trail early in the morning for a breath of fresh air. This is a great way to start your day in a city that is always buzzing.
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Treat the family: Treat the family to a fun-filled day at the St George’s Schools Fair. Try the wonderful cuisine offered at the food stalls and a range of entertainment for the whole family on Saturday 20 August.
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Expo yourself: The African Youth Chess Championships will kick-off at The Boardwalk Hotel on Sunday 21 August. If you’re into chess and fascinated by the sport, go and check out how these youngster mater the art of playing chess.
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Movers and shakers: Whether you are young, old, experienced or a beginner, Aikido is a great sport to teach you self-defense, grow your confidence and increase your health and fitness. If you are keen, join the Aikido at MJ’s Dojo Friday mornings from 5:30am to 7:30am.
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Wine and dine: Old Austria is said to be one of the finest restaurants in Port Elizabeth for wining and dining. The restaurant has an exceptional wine list and food menu. Dining at Old Austria could be a wonderful opportunity to unwind after a long day at work.
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Couples karma: The WEDSTOCK creative wedding festival will be taking place in Slippersfield in Port Elizabeth on Saturday 20 August. Here, you and your partner can get some great ideas if you’re planning on getting married. You can also attend the festival as a ‘hint’ to your partner that you may want to get serious about this relationship.
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