The past two weeks have been hectic. I've been to the SATSA conference in Stellenbosch and a Karoo Heartland meeting in Jansenville, spent way too much time catching up (and I'm not even there yet) and in the process of all of this missed a few posts in the last week. I even thought about … Continue reading A beachfront New Year timelapse
While looking for a video to share for this week's Video Friday post, I found this one by YouTuber David Everard cruising along the PE beachfront on his skateboard.
Videographer Jan Jordaan spent a few days in Port Elizabeth recently to attend a wedding and did some sightseeing with his camera and drone.
I spent the week in Durban at the annual Tourism Indaba hosted by South African Tourism and can't but help to feel very positive about the country's tourism industry. To tell the truth, tourism is the industry that has the potential to create the most jobs in South Africa and can become one of the … Continue reading Experience South Africa in one minute
This week's Video Friday post is another one of Renaldo Gouws' drone aerial videos, this time of the striking coastline of the Wildside featuring Cape Recife and Schoenmakerskop.
Today's Video Friday post is a video by toasted2010 showing some nice aerial footage of the Donkin Reserve and Summerstrand area filmed in December 2013.
For a big period of the time that I worked for Nelson Mandela Bay the tagline used by the organisation was "Discover Freedom". It was a play on words using the link of Nelson Mandela's name and freedom from Apartheid but also referred to the freedom the city offers visitors to choose what they want … Continue reading Discover Freedom destination video
While looking around YouTube in search of a video to post for this week's Video Friday post I came across this one featuring video footage from the late 50's and 60's. Not a lot of vintage footage like this around.
The Port Elizabeth to East London Surfski Challenge takes place every two years and this year about 80 paddlers participated. This week's Video Friday post is one by Mark Roach showing a couple of highlights of the 2016 challenge.
Port Elizabeth and Algoa Bay isn't called the Bottlenose Dolphin Capital of the World for nothing. I picked up on this video posted by Judy Venter on YouTube which Judy filmed off the pier from her kayak. Amazing seeing these animals so close up in the wild.