Oliver'S Restaurant & Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... d be fine it was only 1 km. He told me to be back before dark or he'd smack me!!! Had to dodge drunk (?) man coming at me with open arms, almost got run over by truck when I crossed on green man and then had a disaster with a new SD card in shop that doesn't warrant talking about. Things go in threes. But then almost got hit by bus driving close to path. Hopefully no more. Ice cream on my verandah when I got back. Updated diary though it ...
After thunderstorms during the night, we woke up to find it misty and damp. John was out at first light to look for birds. He discovered a bird that was new to him - the African Firefinch. Since dawn we have been affected by a tropical storm which is moving up the coast and out to sea. We are on the edge of it, so we have had ...
... Around Graskop is good mountain biking and hiking territory…this is a gorgeous part of the world and one that is full of eucalyptus trees.
Didn’t buy any of the figurines at the local market, both expensive and covered in boot polish (which is a common scam in Africa to make it appear like ebony!)
Back in Nelspruit I celebrated my birthday with a huge cake I ...
... rice were good when they finally did arrive. The rest of the group was imbibing with great fun, especially some blue drink served in a huge pitcher as if it was Kool-Aid.
After dinner the three of us walked back to the hotel through thick fog with not a soul or vehicle to be seen or heard. It was a bizarre atmosphere. Graskop was like a ghost town or a scene in a horror movie where something terrible was about to happen. ...
... Flycatcher? Here's Phil's description of the bird: "Paradise Flycatchers are a firm favorite with everyone. Their beauty and tameness endear them to all, even those who know little about birds. Usually occuring singly or in pairs, paradise flycatchers keep contact with zweep-zweep call notes that also serve as alarm calls when danger threatens. It is a restless bird, always on the move, darting about, landing and shooting ...