Cabanas, Sun City
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... our room and played with our presents and generally chillaxed. Towards 1:30 we went for drive in our car. We didn't see much of note. We then went home in time for Dinner. I had a very nice dinner. By the time we were down it was already late. We then crawled into bed and went to ...
... 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, ...
... amid ramshackle structures of wood. We wondered how much of a difference the abolition of apartheid had made to these peoples lives. Arrival at our accommodation (Kedar Country Lodge) reinforced our observations that blacks occupied subservient employment positions. Even in this unexpectedly plush hotel blacks cleaned, served, tidied, while the occasional white person we met was clearly in a management role. I'm ...
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 ...
... There was a mother and her two young ones. We watched them as they ran behind the car and over the rocks until they were out of sight. I explained to Lotta that it was quite rare to see them and how lucky we were. We looked at the wildebeest again and again they were acting funny. There was a black backed jackal running near them which seemed to bother the herd.
Further along Tshepe we came to another herd of wildebeest. This herd was moving in a straight line. It ...