Oliver'S Restaurant & Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... to meet up together. The jeep was a specially built Land Rover designed for safari expeditions. James had no qualms about turning off of the dirt roads and driving straight into or directly over the bush, or perhaps down a somewhat dried up river bed, in order to follow the tracks or ambling of an animal. In most cases, the animals were not bothered by the vehicles at all. We could park within 20 feet or so of them, and they would often just sit and look at us, ...
... hippo pool to watch them sleep, which seems to be their favorite daytime pastime. Spotted 5 crocs who were basking with the hippos. Seems they are all friends. Seeing we were not moving out the resort today, the last chance for milkshake tasting had to be the Sabi Sun Hotel milkshakes. Consensus was that the milkshakes we had in Pilgrims Rest at the tea garden next to the BP stations, were the best on the trip, this includes presentation and taste. This being our last evening ...
... some bat boxes and bats were flying around that night. We also heard hyenas several times throughout the night. This too like Skukuza is very popular camp for weekenders at it near to one of the main entrance gates and not too far from Nelspruit and other South African towns.
This was our last stop in Kruger National Park. We had really enjoyed our stay here, had seen animals/birds we didn’t see last year. ...
... found the M1 and we headed North and then East to our next destination, Hazyview, South Africa. The ride was pretty and the countryside got more hilly as we got futher East. We stopped one time along the way at a restaurant called "Steers". Weird thing was each of their "burger" options was available in Chicken or Vegetarian! I had the equivalent of a veggie Big Mac and Alyssa ate a chicken sandwich. We ...
... passes a shell hole created by the original and this high level route that tops out at 2150 metres is a scenic drive that merits a few stops for photographs, although it seems to be a magnet for bad driving. We were passed by a number of 4x4s going at dangerous speeds, even though we were managing a decent pace ourselves.
The Owl and Oak complex, about 8 kms east ...