Roodepoort Days Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... useful at Kruger. Apparently, if it is not too cloudy we should be able to see icebergs and the fringes of Antarctica.
Not much sleep. Keith watched a few movies and I read and did a crossword. Such a long trip!
We were served dinner a few hours before our arrival.
Our first glimpse of Johannesburg- brown and dusty. We could see outer suburbs enclosed by walls and apparently they all have security gates and then inside, the houses ...
We got up for our last game drive at Lion Sands and were joined by Sara and Tom, the British couple. The young Brazilian couple chose not to join us. Too bad for them as this morning we found the elusive rhinoceros. We found four after a lengthy drive - all were White rather than the endangered Black. There appeared to be a family - male, female and youngster - and another huge bull. We anticipated the two ...
Work began at the centre in the l960's when the cheetah was regarded as highly endangered. The king cheetah, with its distinctive black pelt pattern, was successfully bred here in 1981, was previously thought to be extinct. We took a tour of the grounds as well as observed a cheetah run. It was difficult for me to take any pictures, they ran ...
A relaxed morning with some of the boys going for breakfast at the cafe near the apartments. We were packed and on our way out of sun city by 10 o'clock. On our journey to KES we stopped off at an African market place which sold a range of souvenirs for the boys. Mr Paxtons orders of haggling is recommend were taken on board by the group as they bartered for gifts and presents. After 20 minutes of chaos the group returned to the bus to share their stories behind ...
... while serving Mary by the window. All night long her loud, heavy footfalls could be heard and felt as she made buffalo charges attending to the passengers. The speed and nimbleness of this Airbus Buffalous is truly impressive.
By the way, Mary was taking early morning photos of wildlife early yesterday morning and shot an elephant in her pajamas....you Groucho Marx fans know the ...