Cabanas, Sun City
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... and their 3 little dogs. Their house is lovely in a gated secure area and seems to go on forever, with a big swimming pool out the back, and room after room decorated in African art. She has a live in maid too, so it feels like we are staying in a hotel with our bed being made and bathroom cleaned every morning. It is weird and quite awkward just leaving dirty dishes on the sink and things like that (but having a maid is a normal part of daily life for a lot of people here). After ...
Today we drove to Pilannesburg on our bus, which was about 2ish hours from Joburg. We drove by the Platinum mines where there has been much conflict recently. It was interesting to see them. We got to our resort a bit early so we hung around and waited for check-in. Pumba stopped by to visit! Our first game drive was at 3pm. The first thing ...
... for the next twenty minutes and we were nearly at the gate where we were going to turn around. Around a corner we had to stop as there were two cars on the road. They had stopped to watch wild dogs! This was the first time that either of us has ever seen wild dogs in this park. We were very lucky to see them as there is only one pack and it is a very large park. It was a pack of eleven.
We were less than a kilometre away from ...
... I drove back on Monday in order to be home for Christmas Eve. After spending the afternoon cooking for the next day, I joined a few friends for dinner at a lovely Thai restaurant before stopping past a colleague's house for a work party.
The following day, on Christmas day, I went to church in the morning and celebrated a wonderful mass with the parish at Waterkloof before returning home to finish preparing the food for lunch. There were several of us who were stranded ...
... who were also with their heads down and busy eating. We stopped to watch a dung beetle slowly roll his ball of dung. Then we came across a couple of waterbuck. At the water’s edge at Makorwane dam, there was a large herd of impalas. We started to drive to the hide and then we noticed a few elephants walking towards us. So we stopped, repositioned the car and watched them as the matriarch led the breeding herd to the dam. It was a nice sight to see both adults and little ...