Cabanas, Sun City
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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 ...
... or a guest, details can be found on http://www.ukutula.com/ - I would definitely recommend it! My last night in South Africa has been spent at Pretoria backpackers lodge, and this morning I head for Thailand and a whole new continent! Africa has been such fun and I feel I've learnt so much in the short time that I've been traveling. I'll spend the next month traveling around Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam so not sure how much I'll be able to be in touch but I'll ...
This morning we went for our last game drive. We drove along the main road towards Bakgatla gate. On the way we saw blue wildebeest and zebra – both these species has many young ones in their herds. There were also springbok and waterbuck by the dam.
At the Pilanesberg Centre we stopped just to see if there were any animals drinking at the small pan or licking the salt. Here we saw some zebras drinking water. We didn't ...
... and many different birds and lizards.
The highlight was definitely when we arrived at breakfast on the Sunday morning after our early morning game drive and as we were eating at our table only metres from the dam, a herd of forty or more elephants decided to arrive at the dam and go for a swim. It was amazing!!!!
After a wonderful few days of amazing safaris, wonderful food and the opportunity to the relax in nature I eventually had to call it an end and return ...
... few metres from the road.
At this stage the lioness was now in the lead and walking on the road away from us. Next in line was the other lioness, which stopped to drink water from a puddle. Then right outside Paul's car window walked one of the male lions. He also stopped to drink water and so did the other male. We were the first car behind them and had a great view. The four of them were now walking along the road. We hoped that they would come across general game and chase ...