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 ...
... mall in Hazyview to stock up on wood for the week. We then prepared ourselves mentally for the music quiz which we had practiced for the night before and realized that if we did not know the answer we could safely assume it was Kurt Darren or Eric Clapton!! Out of the two teams playing we came 2nd, we did however win attendance prizes and for coming 2nd. The Irish coffees and captain Morgans were excellent. Dinner was easy as we had leftovers from the night before, ...
... the fog engulfed us in a cloud of white making a perfect setting for a horror film. Creepy. It was only when it started to rain that we called it quits and moved into the kitchen where a French family was setting up for dinner. They invited us to join them but being completely shattered we declined and went straight to bed instead. It was 7:30. I think I'm getting ...
We are ready in time to leave. Ann shares her crutches with me. Our first stop: McDo for coffee and then to the airport to pick up our 'real' car. The exchange goes smoothly, we have a Nissan X Trail now. Before leaving, we get confused where the new car papers are. We look and look and cannot find. When we are about to give up, Ann KNOWS from inside the car: they are on top of the car ...