Lidwala Lodge

P.O. Box 153, Manzini, --, Swaziland | Hostel
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This hostel is located on P.O. Box 153, Manzini.
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Travel Blogs from Manzini

What a difference a day makes!

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Oct 01, 2013

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... door. An audible gasp from the Canadians. It's like a scene from the Goldilocks. Whose been sitting in my seat. They're surprised at being usurped to a preferred seat. They thought they were first here. Clearly not. You snooze. You lose.

One old lady with a gammy knee was rather hoping to be on "my" seat. She graciously relents when realising we're both on the same bus. This doesn't stop her fellow Canadians putting pressure on me, "You'll move won't ...

Rain and Rhinos

A travel blog entry by chris-trip on Mar 26, 2013

3 photos

... which the reserve is really famous for.

Although the park boasts that you are more likely to see rhinos here than anywhere else in Africa, the guides were not willing to tell us, how many animals they had in the park, as poaching is a big threat - the same amount of rhino horn is sold for a higher price than gold on the black market, which is why every day 2-3 rhinos are being killed for their horn in South ...

Beautiful Swaziland country!

A travel blog entry by love2wander on Feb 12, 2013

40 photos

... first night we arrived, as there was an optional extension to continue to 'Mozambique' where half the group would be leaving. So we roasted marshmallows over the bon fire under the starlit African sky and had an early night as we would be participating in an adventurous activity the next day to finish the trip!

It was an early start to the day to either quad bike, horse ride or white water raft. Of course I went with the most thrill seeking in ...


A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife on Nov 29, 2012

1 comment, 13 photos

... fall down and don't cry are happy playing with a rubber wheel and stick, eating maze for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I think it's a combination of environment, survival, ignorance, and poverty. Regardless it's plesant to see kids be kids not stuck indoors watching TV and ...

Ye Olde Swazi-show

A travel blog entry by roberton on Oct 30, 2012

1 comment, 8 photos

... Swaziland's collapse under AIDS. We admired the Mantenga Falls and passed Execution Rock (trial in top, if found guilty, thrown-off - last used in 1964). Then back to Helen & Kevin's house for supper. Kevin is highly influential pastor here. The expansion beyond the confines of church started with a burger shack 16 years ago (to raise cash to help a relatively small project). Since then, he and Helen have driven the growth to what is now a ...