30 May 2018
48 HOURS IN PORT FAIRY WITH SEIFby PORT FAIRY & REGION VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE
Follow Seif's 48 hours as he guides you to some of Port Fairy's stunning locations.
Breakfast at Farmers Wife
Lunch at The Hub
Afternoon activity to explore the Tower Hill Reserve
Evening activity watch the sunset at The Crags
Dinner at Conlan's Wine Bar.
Stay at Clonmara
Breakfast at Rocksalt Cafe
Morning activity Walk the Dog on the beach
Lunch at Bank st & Co
Afternoon activity Walk to town for a coffee
Evening activity Run at Griffiths Island
Dinner at Coffin Sally
Born in Mto wa Mbu, Tanzania, Seif has been living in Port Fairy with his two boys for the past 6 years.
Along with Catherine Ryan, Seif Sakate created the Bandarri Project in 2014 with the idea of supporting disadvantaged students with their studies, but soon became the much bigger project of building a primary school.
In April, 2015 a group of 17 volunteers from Port Fairy, Melbourne and Queensland travelled to Mto wa Mbu, Tanzania to build the first phase of the project, a kindergarten and hope to open the Primary School in 2020.