For 45 years the local German Club have brought the annual Oktoberfest to Port Elizabeth, and this year they would like to introduce the first German Easter Ox Braai to PE and the surrounding areas, as a nice additional event to the always popular Port Elizabeth Splash Festival which runs over more or less the same period.
This family day will start at 10:00 on the 20th April and end at 22:00. There will be a variety of entertainment for the kids and live music for the older crowd. There will be a whole ox on the spit as you would get at a southern German summer fair, to be served with potatoes, onions and of course, Bavarian cabbage salad.
The food will be served from 11:00 through to 21:00. The meal is included in the Entrance fee, which is R100 for adults and R50 for kids 12 and under.
For more information, contact either Thomas Fuchs or Peter Allan via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone on 0413672791.
And just a note, but if you are thinking of travelling down to Port Elizabeth for the Easter Weekend, then it might not be a bad idea to book your accommodation at the venerable Wild Coast Sun Hotel.
Set on the rugged, beautiful and unspoiled beaches of the South Coast in the Eastern Cape, the Wild Coast Sun Resort and Casino is a popular Sun International destination offering exceptional Wild Coast accommodation.
Visitors are attracted to the Wild Coast Sun, not only for its natural splendour, but also for the fabulous facilities and world-class golf course that can be found at the venue. The Wild Coast Sun is set on 750 hectares of natural bush between the Mtamvuna and Mzamba Rivers with gorgeous accommodation overlooking the Indian Ocean.
Although it is in the Eastern Cape, it’s only a kilometre south of KwaZulu-Natal, so it receives a lot of support from local KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape residents.
In 2011, the Wild Coast Sun underwent a major refurbishment to improve the casino, restaurants and bars and introduce a new water park, Wild Waves.
This fine example of Wild Coast accommodation caters to a wide variety of different people, from tourists, to local day visitors, conference delegates and those just passing through.
And there you have it – sounds like a good plan to me!
Related Link: http://www.germanclub.co.za/files/Download/oxbraai.pdf
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