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

Uh Oh! Im going to be sent home in a week

A travel blog entry by matttoafrica on Jul 19, 2014

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... safety for the team and sanity as its not a very large project and will provide lots of free time for continued learning in peace and patience. I will have one last post with thoughts after debriefing in Cary next week, but I want to thank all of you who have read everything. I hope that God has been able to speak to you through my experiences.

In studying servant leadership, Chuck Smith talks about emphasizing the things God ...

What a difference a day makes!

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

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... early onset of Alzheimer's. Did I take my Malarone anti-malarial tablet this morning? Popped one out of the packet. Remembder doing that. Can't remember taking it though. What day is it?? Where am I??

Station is a secure compound which can't be exited until you've gone through border formalities. Which is a bit of a nonsense. Swaziland immigration don't even look at passport ID page. Simply stamp a page.

It's the usual scrum for a desired mini-bus seat. ...

Swaziland and Sabie (only short entry)

A travel blog entry by abi_n_ed on Aug 13, 2013

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... visited waterfalls (x2) on first day the second being a forest walk and then paddling in the sun at the waterfall. We then drove up Blyde river canyon for awhile stopping to check out the view then head back to base. On the second day we went to Mac mac pools which was gorgeous and drove through pilgrims rest (and old ...

Rain and Rhinos

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

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... 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 ...

Zip wires, game parks and painting.

A travel blog entry by roberton on Nov 20, 2012

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Alicia - The zip wire trip was great fun, we wore big harnesses and a helmet (a little uncomfortable). The wires were over a river canyon and there were 11 zip wires in total. We got on by standing on wooden platforms and got attached to a safety wire with a clip and a main wire with a pulley. We stopped by breaking with our strongest gloved hand pulling on the main wire and I almost crashed into the safety guide once. Iain- We have been to stay out in a ...