Sparkling Waters Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
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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 ...
... tour around the grounds ( another first for me). Then we headed over to the lake so that James could try the 'jetovator'. Basically it looks like a motorcycle in the water that shoots up in the air by using water pressure. It was crazy to watch him. He loved it so much that we went back the next day to do it again. In between all of the activities was good food, lots of girlie drinks, reading, and lounging by the pool. The perfect way to end off 8 weeks in ...
... We sleuthed out an alternative in Gansbaai at the cage diving venue. Yum. Food is so cheap here for us, with the exchange rate, & so far, all yum yums! On through Stanford, Bredasdorp & Struusbaai to Cape L'Agulhas, a small seaside village at the very southern tip of Africa, our overnight stop. Obligatory photos at the lighthouse & at the tip. Lovely guest house we stayed in, 'Cape Agulhas'. I imagine the beach guest houses in Torquay & ...
... to do it, and climbing on each other's shoulders to reach the top of the fence, but in all likelihood one did it and then the others followed! I did feel a bit sorry for three left behind though, especially Alex whose siblings had abandoned him and left him to the company of the two 5 week old babies of the group, Fluffybum 1 and Fluffybum 2 (the indignity of not having a name means you have to suffer such nicknames as fluffybum, but it's true). On Wednesday, our group ...
... our week with a day trip to Sun City – kind of like Las Vegas, South Africa. We spent most of the day in the Lost City: much like a small Wet n’ Wild, with water slides and a giant wave pool. As the sun set, we made our way through a maze, where making it through to the end was rewarded with a tasting of South African craft beers. We then visited the casino where I won enough money to cover the costs of our day of luxury, the best ending to ...