Cabanas, Sun City
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... disappointed when we don't see the animals that we want to see.
At the end of the day we have only seen a couple of elephants, some warthogs, wildebeest, a couple of hippos in the water, one giraffe, elands, and two turtles. But no lions today.
Tomorrow is another day, after all the book said there should at least be 6000 animals in this park. We'll see them all tomorrow!!!!
... tiny puppies, they were adorable. We then went to Mug & Bean, where Fin and I had a Milkshake. We then drove to the Bakubung Bush Lodge. When we got there we checked in and went to our rooms. I then tried the WiFi and it didn't work and it resulted with me spending most of my time at the Reception trying to work it out. In the end it didn't work at all. No WiFi. We then went on a Safari tour, since the Bakubang ...
... This is a very busy hide, as it located in the middle of the park and easily accessible from all the lodges. At the end of the walkway is a large wooden hide. We spent a lot of time here. The birds are very active and not shy. They perch on the dead branches that are just centimetres away from the hide. This gave me a chance to take many close photos of Pied Kingfishers, Red Bishops, Southern Masked Wavers building their nests, African Fish Eagle, ...
... we've only seen a very small section of South African society in our short time here, but it was an interesting experience for us. It's clearly very difficult to separate racial segregation from economic segregation and perhaps it is the latter which is now a major factor here. The hotel was originally the house of Paul Kruger - an early leader of the Boers and president of South Africa. Much of the decoration in ...
YES! This is what I wanted to see in South Africa... Wildlife! Dave, Sarah and I drove through Pilanesberg for hours just sitting in awe at the beautiful animals that surrounded us. We saw zebra, hippos, elephants, giraffes, crocs, plenty of deer and gazelle, buffaloes, and ...