The Sun City Hotel
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- Free parking
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... at Bakubung mid-afternoon to the friendly security men who salute you every time you drive in or out. Our hotel room is very luxurious and nicely furnished with a window seat and leopard skin carpet – this will be one of few splurges for this budget trip (and was pre-paid before we left Australia so not counting it towards our budget!!). As luck would have it Wed and Sat nights are the only nights they have bush braais under their boma for dinner, so without hesitation we booked ...
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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 ...
... 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 ...
My alarm went off at 5:45 this morning. We planned to get up early as the animals become less active as the temperature warms up. As we got ready we observed troops of monkeys and baboons raiding the campsites. This morning we wanted to drive along a different road, so we went along Dithabaneng. We didn't see much along here, although the scenery was beautiful. We had a break from driving at Malatse Hide which overlooked the dam. Here there were only a few birds.
... around as there was their poo all over the roads. We also saw a herd of female kudus and their young.
Then Paul spotted a great sight – a male lion under a bush and the rest of the pride were close by. Altogether there were 2 males and 2 females. They were all resting. Then one of the females got up and walked over to a male. He then also got up and began walking. Then they were all up and following the male lion. We slowly drove along the road as they walked ...