Cabanas, Sun City
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Johannesburg North / Randburg. Hard to believe it is almost 11 years since we were last here. We have no plans to go to Soweto or do any of the real touristy stuff in Joburg as we did all that last time. This time it was more about hanging out with the family and meeting the second cousins who hadn’t yet been born when we were last here. Natalie has been an awesome host, especially given she is 8 months + pregnant! We arrived to a welcoming party of her 2 beautiful boys Joshua ...
... 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.
... the game ranger. They showed me round the lodge and to my room. It was so beautiful as you can see from the photos and the surroundings very peaceful. There was only one other couple in the whole lodge and they were on the other side so I practically had the whole place to myself. I spent the afternoon swimming in the pool, relaxing in the sun and reading my novel. Absolute bliss!
Then at about 4:30pm the first game drive started. The other couple staying there joined the ...
This morning was another early start. We were up at about five as we got ready for the gate to open at 5:30am. As we prepared for the drive we observed thieves. It started with a troop of Banded Mongoose running through the campsite looking for food scraps. Then along came the troop of Vervet Monkeys. The monkeys were cheekier and bolder than the mongoose and would poke around people's campsites looking for food. We watched them as the sun rose. They also knocked over bins, made a mess ...