Lidwala Lodge

Address: 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

Stamping on the ground.

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Apr 01, 2014

18 photos

... greet you with a smile and seem very happy. Another thing noticeable is the hair style of the women. Many of them have their hair tied in an intricate bun with tiny plats. We asked a few of them about how long it takes to get their hair done like that. The time ranged from 2 to 2.5 hours.

Today I will include pictures taken in a nearby cultural village which we visited today.

The ...

What a difference a day makes!

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

22 photos

... Being a theatre lighting designer in my spare time - would love to see a production here. The parcans used for theatre lighting look like they've been made out of bean tins rather than commercially bought parcans. Its claim to fame is that former President of the USA, Jimmy Carter, had a widdle in their urinal. A plaque commemeorates the spot. I just have to.

An excellent day travelling through the countryside stopping at various tourist traps like candle factory ...

Beautiful Swaziland country!

A travel blog entry by love2wander on Feb 12, 2013

40 photos

... situation had escalated! After wards we could all have a good laugh about it, and I can safely say it was one of the most terrifying, Adrenalin pumping, unforgettable experiences yet! and I would do it again in a heartbeat... I am so lucky I had the opportunity to experience these in the beautiful country of Swaziland!

The next morning we packed our backpacks up for the last time and drove a further 5 hours to Johannesburg Airport, where we fare-welled ...

Swaziland in my heart forever!

A travel blog entry by joshua_nash on Jan 14, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... 2pm on Friday. The sky was grey and we were worried about getting caught in the rain. Little did we know the journey held worse encounters than rain. The first dilemma occurred in a little town called Carolina in Mpumalanga. A policewoman pulled Elissa over for apparently running a stop sign, which she didn't. She started trying to book Elissa for other things as well. After half an hour of Elissa arguing with her and refusing to bribe her ...

On site

A travel blog entry by roberton on Nov 13, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... she disturbed the swarm of flies down below - she prefers the bushes now. As the site isn't fenced-in yet, local livestock wander through at will, so contributions will go unnoticed. We share the building site with a dozen cows, a couple of dozen goats and chickens (which scatter mud on the fresh paint - little varmits) and two turkeys, which are very ugly. The chapel is up. In the UK it would be called "a barn" ...