Oliver'S Restaurant & Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... little stall. Gorgeous butterflies on huge euphorbia. Stopped at golf course for lunch (yes in the middle of the park!!). Brings a new definition to difficulty when you have Hippos (saw some there) and Crocodiles in the water hazards and wildlife on the course (saw warthogs). I had an African stew that Muzzi ordered for me, lovely except for bones and again not heated through. Big chunk of meali pap (they make it like cous cous). Suspicious empty ...
... out of Kruger has ever returned. The reasons given were that it is too far away and too expensive. Our Joburg guide had said that anyplace that is too far to walk is considered far away. Very few people own private cars. The park entry for local people is about $20 per vehicle. It has been a great experience for us but I hope for a time in the near future when the local people are able to return to the land of their ancestors, at least as ...
... amazing circular formations in the rock (created by the swirling waters of the Blyde River) were a good place to find Gold...as it would be...? Blyde River had been on my Bucket list for years and it didn't disappoint...my camera was running hot!
As sunset approached, we finished the day by visiting Berlyn and Lisbon Falls. Berlyn Falls was nice, but Lisbon Falls had a particularly African feel about them. The Sunset helped too...refer ...
... to go out with Sophia, hearing her say she wanted to see animals and that she didn't want to go home.
We had one of the latest departures of our trip, leaving at 10 am and heading up to the Panorama Route. It was mostly cloudy, with occasional bursts of sunshine. We made a stop just past a tunnel to see a tufa waterfall and I made a good souvenir purchase, a wood carving of 4 ladies from a single piece of wood, ...
(Jim) As we drove into Kruger Park, the first game we spotted was a herd of impalas. Our kids were very excited, pointing, talking and demanding to be given the good camera to take close-up pictures. Meanwhile the Youngs' kids were wholly indifferent. Over the next two days we came to understand why. Impalas are the grey squirrels of the African bushveld, ubiquitous and ...