The Cascades Hotel
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We boarded our game truck at 4pm. Our driver named Morne told us that because of the wind and likelihood of rain he couldn't promise that we would sight many animals. Within seconds of entering the gates of Pilanesburg however we spotted two black rhinos and from that moment on luck seemed to be with us and shortly after we came upon a herd of elephants with their babies. This was followed by white rhinos, waterbuck, zebra, wildebeest and then came the most ...
... tour all around the Gary Player country resort and spa and included a complete trip around his custom designed golf course.
We set off, all in a line, getting used to the Segway and the way it moves and there were strict rules on no overtaking. Naturally Sam and JT discovered that if they held back from the group a while, we could get a nice bit of speed up catching them up again.
Around 25 minutes in, we were all stopped and our ...
... were exceptional, impressive views out from all sides of the hotel and across the Gary Player golf course, Valley of the waves and the 3 other hotels on the resort.
After this we decided we would do some activities and some watersports if possible so we headed to the lake via the free shuttles that take you anywhere in the resort if your a paying guest. Unfortunately it was ‘too windy’ to parasail which ...
... and their 3 little dogs. Their house is lovely in a gated secure area and seems to go on forever, with a big swimming pool out the back, and room after room decorated in African art. She has a live in maid too, so it feels like we are staying in a hotel with our bed being made and bathroom cleaned every morning. It is weird and quite awkward just leaving dirty dishes on the sink and things like that (but having a maid is a normal part of daily life for a lot of people here). After ...
... into the country. After this, we are told to return to where the bus is parked so we can take all our luggage off of the bus to carry it through South African customs. Shuffling forward at a snail’s pace, we finally make it through, and then wait in the cold for our bus to come and pick us all up again, which it did, at around 10:30pm.
After a few hours of very light and very broken sleep, we kept our eyes open long enough to notice the ...