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... sang, and then we toured a traditional village – not something we usually do but found this experience very interesting. Couldn’t resist doing another hike, and headed just north of the capital Mbabane, to climb Sibebe Rock. This huge granite dome is touted as being similar to Ayers Rock, but we didn’t see much resemblance. However, we enjoyed the hike. The people are generally friendly, but have to be wary in ...
... a range of BBQ meat dishes. They also had a bungy jump set up between the 2 towers and pumping loud music in the restaurant. The meal was cooked on an African braai and was very nice with African salad and the maize flour dish called pap. After lunch we went to the Hector Pietersen Museum. He was the 13 year old boy who was the innocent bystander shot by the police in 1976 in the Soweto schoolboy uprising. Outside the museum there is a memorial stone and a water feature representing ...
... Wow we could stay here for a week! Almost right on the bach and what a beautiful view. Dolphins and whales are passing by! And a great place to meet nice people so we did!
So for now bye South Africa, we enjoyed it very much. Great friendly people, beautiful sights, overall safe as in Europe, delicious food, super payable ( with your Euro income even more) stunning nature and we love the animals!
Maybe I have to set up a travel agency! ...
... its people, close to 20 years after the end of apartheid why
are some living in deplorable conditions?
Will they one day rise and demand their fair share? And, what will that
uprising look like?
Lesedi Cultural Village…..spent a couple of hours here
learning about 5 of the main tribes of South Africa. The village is set up to show the distinctive
architecture and way of living for these 5 tribes. There was a ...
... as protection against the “tsotsies”… kids, trainee Devils little helpers, who like to throw stones at visitors! Unfortunately, however, we had parked uncomfortably close to the shabeen (drinking house) and ALL NIGHT we were treated to loud Afro-Caribbean music… not lullabies. Our old man returned in the morning bearing a large water melon… and was given a pineapple in return; he was highly amused that the noise from the shabeen had kept us awake.