Oliver'S Restaurant & Lodge
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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My goals for this Southern Africa trip were primarily to get to know the people, to better understand the history and to experience the culture. I knew that Safaris would be part of this experience but I had no idea what to expect. What an amazing experience! I am so fortunate! Our delightful camp within Kruger National Park is called Mjejane, after an African chief. We began our first evening with a sunset drive across Crocodile River and further ...
... waiting to see a leopard, and so far has seen several, plus a lion kill, a lion and cubs, and a cheetah with cubs (a very rare sighting, and one that I would love). Finally left Satara Camp and picked up a some food on the way out. Had the worst lunch of our trip so far..seriously sweet, sticky, hot bread with cucumber. We had a great drive out and managed to see elephant, buffalo and lots more. And a bonus for us just 2 kms from the exit ...
... and lots of pine tree forests- the Lonely Planet said it would be like being back in Canada but with the rocks on the hills it was actually more like Scotland. There were a few lookouts so we snapped some good photos (although the speed on this computer will not allow them to be attached).
We stopped in Sabie for lunch- the trend here is pancakes- savory or sweet- so we had one and it was pretty good. Just to be mean I had a ...
... we stayed had a swimming pool overlooking the valley... totally picturesque but unfortunately with the fog rolling in it was way too cold to go swimming. After setting up camp we started to cook dinner on our new electric cooker. Something easier said than done as it had no indication of where high, low, on, off was. Hmmm interesting. As we were fiddling around ...
... at me for doing that. She's already on pins and needles and playing around with the lights like that didn't make her feel any better. To add to an already stressful experience, there were hardly any warning signs of any pending hairpin turns up ahead. You have to drive cautiously and extremely slow just to make sure you don't go off a cliff. Try doing that whilst driving on the other side of the street. ...