The Cascades Hotel
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Today was our last day in SA and what a trip it has been.
We woke early to make the most of the day and then headed off to the LAke in the centre of Sun City to meet with our guide for the Segway tour.
None of us had ever been on a Segway before but we were really keen to give it a go and as we arrived at the ticket office we were then soon picked up by a man in a golf cart seating 7 people!
We arrived at the lake shortly after to ...
... then there is haddock and king clip, following this you can choose freshly made omelettes with 20 different ingredients to choose from, fried eggs, fried quails eggs and then opposite this was italian polenta with meats, home made hash browns, chilli beans amongst other things. There were also freshly made waffles and pancakes with a whole mi of toppings from mars bars to marshmallows, cinnamon sugar and maples syrup or banoffee ...
... and relaxed in the sun. The contest was heavily one sided in a match between Mr Paxton, Mr Bowden, Toby, Sam and Brad and Johann, Felix, Melvin, Moritz and Ferdinand. The victors being the team with the more senior members! After this the group went their separate ways. Felix, Johann and Melvin went to the crocodile sanctuary and were able to hold babies as well as see the second and third largest crocodiles in captivity in SA. Felix ...
... over an early dinner, we tried to push through as late as we could to get into the local time zone, but only managed about 8.30! We are still hitting a wall around that time and then waking up at 4-5am – hoping the body clock will get into action soon!
Natalie let the boys have a day off school on our first day, and we went on an adventure together which included a lovely little café called Something Country for breakfast where we sat watching the boys zooming around ...
... our ZUPCO experience, we were excited to be travel ling in the relative luxury of an Intercape Sleepliner. We boarded at 4:30pm, reclined our seats, tucked into our complimentary on-board Nandos meal, and settled in for the long overnight journey. We drifted in and out sleep while the Zimbabwe landscape gradually disappeared into darkness above the setting African sun. Then, at 8pm, the bus arrived at the border post at Beitbridge. One of the drivers ...