The Cascades Hotel
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Waking up at 8am the group went for a team run to maintain their fitness before the tournament on Thursday. We ran up to the main welcome centre at sun city then walked around the Gary Player golf course which hosts the million dollar challenge for the top 12 golfers each year. After about an hours walk we returned to the apartments with most catching the bus back but Jon, Toby, Alec and Mr Bowden running. After a quick dip in the pool we played ...
... As the light fell on the South African plain the Seaford luck continued as we came across a lion and lioness lazing in the grass. Again a rare sighting albeit through a tree that they could be seen. As the rain started to fall the ponchos came out and we pressed on to the boma (huts in the bush) for a authentic African braai. The spread of food was extensive with starters, mains and deserts. With no fences around the boma we were lucky to be eating and ...
... lie in a tube and float down the river. We then went on a waterslide where we sat in a tube and went through two tunnels. Both of them had parts where it was pitch black for at least 30 seconds, you couldn't even see your hand in front of your face. Once I got out Fin ran off and did something or another, but I did something crazy, I went down the Temple of Courage. It doesn’t sound bad but, it doesn’t sound bad when I say ...
... amp; up through the mountains, to Ladismith, Calitzdorp and finally to Oudtshoorn. A beautiful drive through breathtaking scenery. The Western Cape has it all! Very diverse & changes so quickly. We will be 2 nights here in Oudtshoorn Beautiful old buildings, churches, homes & shops. Yesterday(Thursday) we went to an Ostrich farm, had a tour through. Very informative. Kay & Judy both had a ride on them! They looked as if they had fun, not for ...
... continue on our drive stopping at a waterhole or two, before heading back to the camp to relax for an hour or so. The evening will be spent on a night drive guided by a Parks Ranger with spotlights in an Open Game Vehicle. This lasts about 3hrs and greatly increases your chances of seeing active predators. Upon returning from this, dinner is served around the campfire under the African sky at night. ...