The Sun City Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Sun City
... over an early dinner, we tried to push through as late as we could to get into the local time zone, but only managed about 8.30! We are still hitting a wall around that time and then waking up at 4-5am – hoping the body clock will get into action soon!
Natalie let the boys have a day off school on our first day, and we went on an adventure together which included a lovely little café called Something Country for breakfast where we sat watching the boys zooming around ...
... was a white rhino from far away. We continued the safari by seeing many more animals including impala, kudu, more warthogs, giraffe, elephants, and zebra. And a TON of wildebeest. And crocodile and ostrich. It was so fun!!! We had dinner at the resort after that. Some of us then scared a few others by sneezing up to their chalets. So ...
... Gate. The dogs were very active- standing with their ears pricked, listening in various directions. It was exciting – what would happen next? One of the dogs then started to run down a gravel side road, the rest of the pack followed and so did we. Some of the dogs then went off the road and into the long grass, the rest of the pack stopped running. We stopped the car and waited to see what the alpha dog would decide to do next.
... for Christmas so Elissa invited us all to her house for a wonderful Christmas lunch. We all brought something of our own cultures to the Christmas lunch. I brought cannelloni, panettone and crostata. We also had many delicacies from South Africa, Ethiopia and the good ol' Unites States of America. The pumpkin pie definitely stole the show! The day was beautiful, spent with some wonderful friends, enjoying good food and an extremely competitive game of taboo!
... with a few various fish, different species of birds drying their wings on the dead trees in the dam, a large water monitor trying to hide among the reeds, male weavers building their nests on the reeds, a herd of wildebeest coming to the water to drink and a crocodile that seemed very close to a bird that was looking for food.
Continuing to drive around we saw a little shy steenbok, more giraffe and wildebeest that were busy eating. Then a nice surprise – a pair of ...