Sun City Kwena Chalets
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... leaning against one another and then started the training. It didnt take long, a Segway seems to be one of those machines that is easy to use but difficult to master in so much as its easy to go forward and backward and turn, you simply lean where you want to go, but one sudden wrong move and it will bite you and throw you off in a heartbeat! Lesson here was to always respect the Segway as it behaves like a small child!!
he tour we had chosen was ...
... a large sushi selection! I could go on but you get the idea.
Coffee or champagne is available too, it really is mad how much there is to choose from.
After a huge breakfast and a great conversation putting the world to right, we decided we would head up to the very highest point of the hotel, the King Tower. This was a place again that Emilys mum and dad had recommended we do if we could and we were glad we did. ...
... was really amazing to see such big animals so close'. Jake, Sam, Dan and Tom went for an extra run after a day at the valley of the waves. Brad, Ferdinand, Mr Paxton and Mr Bowden took on the Gary Player golf course and despite the earlier scouting walk struggled through the narrow course, well Mr Bowden anyway. The course was picturesque with warthogs and impala roaming free around the greens. Jodie, Alec, Jon, Toby and Moritz spent the afternoon ...
We have a little more to report today. Plus additional reporting for Las Cruces, NM. This morning we went down to the attached restaurant Doc Holliday's and had a buffet breakfast. From there we headed toward the Red Rock National Forest. The drive toward Sedona was very scenic. There were many switch-backs along the way.. The temperature today was 32 C as we approached Phoenix. We decided to tackle Camelback mountain today rather than ...
... the front, exclaiming: "passports!" We step off the bus, walk ten metres, return to the bus. The bus moves forward what must be no further than 50 metres: “passports!” We disembark again; the passengers are this time funneled into Zimbabwean customs to be stamped out of the country. Back on the bus, which now moves forward slowly into no-man’s land. It parks. Again: “passports!” We are directed into South African immigration to ...