When you are roadtripping, it is very important to plan your pit-stops.
I was driving to PE from Cape Town with my dear friend Tom last month for his brother's wedding. We decided that we would leave at the crack of dawn and that I would be in charge of music and padkos. I'm not a morning person, and I'm not much of an evening person either. Besides I would MUCH rather, than labour over boiled egg sandwiches, pull in at one of those glorious one-stops on most of the major routes. And I do mean glorious. I mean who remembers the Golden Egg years! Needless to say it is best to decide in advance where you are going to make your stops rather than, in my case this trip, travel a further 100kms to get to a Wimpy coffee because Steers coffee is "not even close to Wimpy's". Even though in my opinion Steers does the best breakfast bun this side of Manchester. It was not enough to convince Tom to give up his Wimpy coffee. So please tell us in the comments below, and of course by voting, what are your sacred pit-stops for road-trip fast food?
By: Cath Shone
51 % 602 votes
Steers breakfast bun (they are R10 for goodness sake!)
17 % 201 votes
I wish they'd bring back Golden Eggs
12 % 140 votes
I prefer my own non-fast food stops
13 % 156 votes
Boiled egg sandwiches for the win!
7 % 78 votes
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