Sparkling Waters Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... seaside towns are the same. ( Fawlty Towers). Got away in reasonable time yesterday. Long drive ahead, in what is basically the Overberg region & the Garden Route. Stopped in Bredasdorp at the shipwreck museum & the world famous candle factory. Both were fantastic. There have been several hundred shipwrecks on this coast, as you can imagine. Up through Swellendam & the wheat belt. Through the stunning Tradouws Pass to Barrydale. Lunch at the Blue ...
... were invited on a lion walk with Gill and two of the rangers. When guests are taken on a lion walk, it usually involves two of the more experienced but young lions with a nice enough temperament to work with the trainers and visitors, the purpose being for the visitors to be able to observe the lions in the wild without socializing with them. However, as our group were volunteers, we took one experienced lion (Harri) out, along with a few of the younger ones in order ...
We had a short flight back to Johannesburg then had to say goodbye to most of the group and our tour leader Thabi. We were then transported by mini van for 2 hours into desert and arrived at Sun City. Our hotel is called The Palace and is another Leading Hotel of The World. Say no more! We have a man made ocean, waves pool, casino, food halls and so the list goes ...
... 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 ...