Piggs Peak Hotel & Casino
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... part of the herd!
We fell asleep to the sound of birds, grunting pumbas, impalas and insects, it was amazing.
The tent was put to the test as it rained for hours but luckily it wasn't too heavy so it just passed! In the morning a male and female nyala - much like a kudu but really furry walked past the tent, another new antelope for us!
We took ourselves on another game drive and spotted a few birds; Bee eaters, african pied wagtails, malachite king ...
... Then we strolled across to the dam. Glenn flicked lures with skill and persistence to no avail. Others wandered to a waterfall below the dam wall. After a long drive, the breeze and exercise were refreshing.
Before dinner, drinks and a slide show were fun. Geoff and Wendy all had stunning examples of their work on display. So we entered the thatched restaurant in good spirits. The open fire, plentiful food, fellowship and laughter ended a great day. ...
Swaziland 13 - 16/08/13 week 13
Stayed at Sundowners met Mark our bar man/manager of hostel. Got wasted with him but had a huge amount of fun.
Went to swazi candles and bought a rhino candle. Went to house of fire to look at some crafts and have lunch.
Sabie 16 - 18/08/13
Stayed at billy ...
... from Richard's and as usual it took us ages to get moving, the best thing about having no plans. We took the route around Maguga dam...the last time we saw it they were still blasting, now it's finished, a very impressive sight. Drove to Mbabane (the capital), and had that strange feeling when you haven't been somewhere for years....it all looked the same but we couldn't remember the details. One of the 'must-do's' for our trip...we stopped off at 'Lukhozi Fast Foods' restaurant near ...
Even seeing the round traditional Swazi housing and the people - what a priviledge!
Men aren't into crafts etc so of course I missed the Peake fine art centre AND the famous Ngwenya glass factory - their blinkers only watched out for animals.
We were on our way to Mlilwane, wanted to save money by doing self catering yet again, so stopped at a 'supermarket'. Did wonder at who was hanging around but Kevin stayed with the car and Matt and I did ...