Foresters Arms

PO Box 14, Mbabane, Swaziland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box 14, Mbabane, is near National Museum and House of Parliament.
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    Travel Blogs from Mbabane

    Swaziland Day Trip

    A travel blog entry by robselclark on Jul 11, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... years. July/August is the best time to view the animals, because the vegetation is sparse. There is also an RCI lodge (Jackalberry Ridge) in Marloth Park, where Worldmark owners can use their accommodation points. We're off tomorrow to Nelspruit then to Cape Town. Two days in the wine country at Stellenbosch, followed by five days in Cape Town. Apparently it snowed in Cape Town yesterday, for the first time in ages. ...

    Hlane National Park

    A travel blog entry by hlady on Jan 08, 2014

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... last week he watched eat an impala. He showed us a small hole in the sandy dirt and told us how it was a scorpions den. He asked if we had checked under our tents before putting them up. Said that a scorpion bite doesn't hurt since they have such sharp fangs it's like getting a needle. After our walk we grabbed a couple drinks and sat at the water hole while giraffes walked in the field ahead of us and hippos cooled themselves down. ...

    Meeting Neliswa!!!

    A travel blog entry by pannaz89 on Dec 05, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... there. The song and dance was so much fun and everyone was involved!! Back Into the house we went and unknown to us they had prepared a traditional meal for us which included Maize, Chicken and Spinach. Two of the teenage girls came around with a jug and a bowl for us to wash our hands and Although I was eager to please and try new things I was also terrified about the tastes I would experience- but I ate it! And almost 9 hours later I'm feeling good! We were able to ...

    Mlilwane...cold and raining - a day off!

    A travel blog entry by pstubbs on Aug 10, 2013

    6 photos

    ... visited an old friend last night, Dolores Goddefroy. She is half Zulu and half German and has lived in Swaziland for years. She is one strong woman. Her passion is local, indigenous and nutritious food, and she campaigns tirelessly to educate Swazis. There is plenty of great food available to all in this part of Africa, and food that is not expensive. It's easy to grow, and available to the most rural areas. But, people eat huge amounts of pap ...

    How the Anglo-Boer War Affected Our Travel Plans

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Mar 12, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... and Malkerns valleys, the focus of sightseeing in the area. The scenic Ezulwini valley begins just south of Mbabane and extends 18 kms to Lobamba in the heart of the valley. The town is so small that we initially drove past the turnoff without realizing that that the few roofs we were seeing in the distance was the town, and all of it. We drove to the end of the valley and doubled back to Lobamba to see its meager sights. The National Museum is located in what is referred to ...