Oliver'S Restaurant & Lodge
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our fellow Germanic travellers either did not understand…or did not approve of our smutty allusions ……not even a smile was cracked!!!
Dinner was delicious…and the day’s spectacular travel and sightings were capped off by an a capella performance of 3 or 4 songs by the entire hospitality staff….great harmonies. What a spectacular finish to another very exciting and stimulating day of travel!!!! ...
... looking around. For about 15 more minutes the dance continued. Three more buffalo approached the single lion aggressively, he retreated. Finally, the large male buffalo appeared bored. He stomped as though to say to the lions, you do not have a chance with my herd. They took off........... It was fascinating to watch from our large open jeep. Our group of thirteen, divided between two jeeps, have now been on three drives into the Bush and one ...
... to call it a day and went to sleep at a reasonable hour.
Sunday, we started off the day with a good old fashioned brekkie of eggs, bacon, toast, sausages. Then made our way to Chimp Eden which is just outside of Nelspruit some 60 odd km away, arrived just in time for the tour, which start 10, 12 or 2pm daily. tour costs R120.00 and is very informative. They have approx 35 chimps and these are all rehabilitated chimps having been rescued from all over the world. had ...
Berg en Daal Restcamp, Kruger, 20th September 2009
We were up early and ready to queue at the gate, and yes it was a big queue. We drove towards Lower Sabie Restcamp keeping on the tar road for most of the way. Paul was beginning to get a bit disappointed as he hadn't seen many big cats in Kruger, then as luck would have it Paul spotted a leopard in a tree quite a distance from the roadside. We managed to get some quite ...
... a major intersection, all sand, no potholes, and we watched the sun set over the Drakensburg Mountains. We've read and seen photos of the African sunset but none could describe the beauty. The sky went from orange through red to violet to deep blue. We just went silent and watched natures display. Off we went again. The tracker, sitting on the left front fender, had a large light he kept shining through ...