The Sun City Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and scattered throughout the various buildings that comprised the hotel formed part of a museum dedicated to the Anglo-Boer war. Our room was truly amazing - we felt we were certainly maintaining the high standards set by our experience in Kaoxa, although the physical environment (a simple country setting) was much less impressive. And there were lots more people - no opportunities for romantic dinners under the starlight ...
... the use of "black" & "white" here aren't offensive). Where we're we? Oh yes, so then we visited sun city which is a huge casino/hotel complex. Then we went on to Pilanesburg National Park. What a fantastic day. You drive yourself slowly around the park just seeing what you can spot. We spent about 3 hours and saw 14 different mammals, including the ones below, and excitingly a hyena and jackal. You ...
... came across the largest journey of giraffe I’ve ever seen. There were about 15 of them, all different ages crossing the road in front of us. Would have liked to stay and watch them, but the gate was closing very soon. One hundred metres from the gate there was a gathering of five cars. We couldn’t see what they were looking at, but I have a feeling we missed out on seeing something really exciting....
We had another delicious barbeque dinner under the ...
... super adorbs and behave like big house kitties. I got some great shots. Then a surprise we would be able to feed a lion. Stitches, the 4 month old from the first group was going to get a bottle. I volunteered to take pictures of everyone since I had a pretty fast shutter on my camera and my classmate Chris grabbed my camera so I could get a picture of me. Then they brought out the two week cubs. We ...
... campervan and set off to Rustenberg Safari camp.
Now, driving this bohemoth is not easy, and setting off onto South African roads is one of the scariest things I've ever done. The engine has about the same power as a hair-dryer, it has the turning circle of an oil tanker, and to cap it all off, some bright spark decided it would be a good idea to put reverse where in every other manual car in the world first gear is located. So primed at the lights ...