Olifants Rest Camp
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We really liked the views of this rest camp & the animal sounds in the night.
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Checked in at Olifants and they said our room was ready they thought. So we drove over and they were almost done with room but we could go ahead and bring our things in. Did not see a refrigerator outside the room on the porch as before and asked if we had a fridge. Evidently they had to move the fridges inside because the baboons had no problem …
Heard lions during the night and in the early morning. We were #1 at the gate even though we had to break down and load up the car! Decided to head down to the Orpen waterhole and see what we could see.
Were we ever rewarded. Walking across the road in front of us was a very nice maned male lion. He walked over to the waterhole and had a …
Still #5 at the gate in the morning. Took the Mondolozi road this time. Elephant and zebra and also the male ostrich as well as the korihaan. We were still looking for the cheetah as we drove along. Went to the picnic area to fix our breakfast. This place has an incredibly awesome view. You are on top of a hill and you look down across the veld and can see for many miles. Coming down to the waterhole that is visible to the waterhole was ...
... Manager before we crossed the square to Moyo, a restaurant specializing in African dishes. We ate a number of appetizers and a scrumptious dessert of frozen berries with white chocolate sauce and a crunchy topping. Yum, yum.
Called Mum today by cell phone and heard about the very cold weather. Also Heather wrote about their cold weather and how the family are not over whatever bug has them in its grip. We are definitely blessed here! ...
... and other wares to the tourists. We then walked a path to the beach to see the penguins lounging on the beach, there backs to the wind, eyes closed, soaking up the warmth of the sun. Many were molting and had fluffy grey feathers, on top of the regular black and white, that looked like they could be easily plucked.off. Then we.continued our beauty-filled drive to the Cape.Point reserve area where we soon pulled over and hopped on bicycles! I wasn't sure I wanted ...