Sparkling Waters Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... room was decorated beautifully and a hot bath with champaign was drawn. She gave us a present of a Halloween skull made of wax painted by the lady who owned the shop. The staff at Iwamanzi are great, they always are happy and smiling. Stan runs a very successful hunting business and there farm is 12000 acres with 600 head of sheep, goats, horses, cattle, turkeys, and much wild game. They take hunters and non hunters and offer the experience of ...
... the Sterkfontein Caves, the Cradle of Mankind, where we spent an interesting but hurried time going through their anthropology museum. The fossils found here, proved to be hominid, pre-date the previous known earliest, by several million years. Most fascinating. Arrival at Sun City couldn't come soon enough. Squashed into the same size van, with an extra person and considerably warmer than it was down in the Cape Region! Not sure what I was expecting from ...
... rides on the water slides! The last day on the project finally arrived and we were treated to a second lion walk, this time with some of the visitors and two of the trained lions. It was a perfect finale, looking at how the two played with each other, climbed trees, jumped and swam in the waterhole. Certainly a lot less mad than it had been with the younger ones last week! We spent some time with each group of cubs that morning, particularly the Devils to see how the ...
... where we would stay for two nights prior to catching our flight to New York. But we were determined to see just a little more of South Africa, so we visited the Sterkfontein Caves, located in the area dubbed the cradle of human kind, which is one of the eight world heritage sites in South Africa. It is the site where “Little Foot”, an extraordinary fossilised skeleton of an early form of Australopithecus ('southern ape') was found, it was ...
We touched the Fever Tree.
The Fever Tree is known to grow in swampy areas: Early European settlers noted that malaria fever was contracted in areas with these trees, which we now know is because of mosquitos and not the tree.
Next - Johannesburg Airport (bummer nearly at the end),