The Sun City Hotel
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... builder helmets to avoid nasty bumps, a new experience for boys who were incredibly well behaved as we trudged up and down a lot of stairs and crouching under jagged rocks. It wasn’t the prettiest of caves we have seen, but the idea is more behind the history of it and all the excavation sites. We ended the day, all incredibly tired, with a nice meal at a local Italian place close to Natalie’s, and all went home and plonked straight into bed!
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'This morning we wake early for coffee and rusks and head into the Park for opening time to catch the predators before they rest up for the day. We return to camp at about 10h00 for a healthy cooked breakfast and after some digestion time we strike camp and head back ...
... the animals we noticed a black rhino had appeared from the bush- a nice surprise. The animals were slowly moving. Then we noticed a little Black Backed Jackal. In front of us they animals crossed the road.
About ten minutes later we arrived at Malatse Dam. Here we got out and walked to the hide. From the hide we had a great view of a Grey Heron and the scenic surrounding area. On the way back to the car we noticed some deep hippo prints in the mud, ...
... it a night! Only to start the adventures again the next day. The 26th is also a public holiday here and many people refer to it as Boxing Day although it is technically called the Day of Goodwill. Elissa, Liz and I decided to pack up the leftovers from Christmas Lunch and head out to Bronkhorstspruit Dam (or Bronkies to the natives). It is about an hour east of Pretoria. Although the sky was littered with dark grey clouds we persisted anyway. We set up camp on the shores of the dam ...
... a few minutes later the lioness led the lions off the road and into the bush and out of sight. Visitors are not allowed to drive off road, so continued driving.
The next stop was for giraffe and red hartebeest crossing the road. On the way to the Mankwe Hide we slowed down to watch a wildebeest eat grass by the road.
We spent about an hour at the hide observing the wildlife. Below the hide, just like yesterday there were quite a few terrapins ...