Cabanas, Sun City
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... sanctuary which is a rescue place for orphaned and pet monkeys whose owners no longer want them (after they grow up and aren’t cute anymore). The countryside is pretty and not far out of Joburg it turns into sparse land with one of the mountain ranges in the background and a big dam. You see the odd squatter camp every now and then, and lots of roadside stalls – selling fruit, barbequed corn. One thing that I also remember from our last trip here was the number of black ...
... which some would enter and never return, the maze was finally found! To start our adventure we walked over the beautiful suspension bridge to find ourselves in the maze, we went at night, tried to use the stars and moon to guide us through the maze. At one point we almost gave up as seemed to go round and round in circles and all the walls and trees started to look the same. The different huge insects perched on the light fittings started ...
... 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 ...
... we slowly reversed, but we probably should have gone forward. As I was reversing up the bank, the car hesitated and I didn’t want to make too much noise and scare it. It trumpeted at us and put its trunk in the air. I stepped on it and we were out of there! That was a bit of excitement for us. I’m glad it was only one cranky male elephant and not a herd of them! We drove along Tshwene back to the camp site. Our last sighting was 3 warthogs running across the road with ...
... off with food scraps.
As we were busy watching and laughing at other camper's lost food, we were attacked. A monkey opened a cooler box, ran off a few metres and tore open the Tetra juice and drank our juice! We had learnt our lesson and quickly locked everything up.
Next to raid the camp and scare away the monkeys, was a troop of baboons. They walked through, found some food and then left. We also left for our morning safari.
We stopped to watch ...