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... You pretty much need a 4WD to explore places here.
Later, we wanted to go see a cultural village museum in town. The road for that was even worse than the entry road in the country! This is one of the few tourist attractions in the country and you need a 4WD to get there! We turned around on that road also.
Swaziland has a lot of arts and crafts and we stopped by a market that had a coffee shop and a small market. ...
... a splendid site, only to find something akin to a small creek tumbling over some rocks. However, as has so often been the case in our travels, our misfortune turned into good fortune and we came across a quaint restaurant advertising African cuisine (of course if we had looked on trip advisor we would have found it). As a result, if you are ever in Mbabane, eDladleni restaurant is a must. Although we were there at 5, ...
... another mile to get to our hotel and ended up arriving there at 10pm instead of 9:30pm since our car broke down. As we walked the streets we noticed that a lot of the begging people on the streets young children with malnutrition problems and we were both glad to be inside a hotel even though that the city itself was vibrantly decorated due to the festival. After getting situated in our room, we had ...
... be paid. The drive was a good drive with a border crossing in to Swaziland. After we had left South Africa but before entering Swaziland we went to a cultural village. We were treated to a dance show with amazing singing. Of course there was some audience participation which was a little amusing. A lovely buffet dinner followed where we tried some traditional food, stews with maize and paap, which is ground maize. Our accommodation ...
... walk hand in hand with their coloured girl/boyfriend and visit the local casinos.
Swaziland is partly a wild country with warning sign that dangerous animals could appear on the roads. Other parts consists of endless pine plantations covering valley's and mountains in a continuous carpet of green velvet coloured slopes. It is obvious that the timber industry is a very serious generator of ...