Piggs Peak Hotel & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... fun experience of the week non-work related was our trip to The Malolotja.(Mal-la-lo-cha) I honestly do not know what it means, but if I had to take a guess, it means "Oh the Places You'll Go". Spoiler alert: Dr. Suess did not invent the pictures from his beloved book. Rather, he took a trip to Swaziland and just drew what he saw. Think rolling hills, red fish blue fish, some green eggs..awwe I ll just post a ...
... Still couldn't get hold of Richard so we went to a hotel to ask if anyone knew him. The guard at the gate told us where he lived ....phew. Reached his house to find him testing his phone at the bottom of the garden. The house is stunning, a huge plot with mountain views and a really calm atmosphere. Long chats and beers and gin and tonics ensued...really great to be here. Richard runs Tintsaba Crafts...more on that in a later post. Another well received real ...
... first night we arrived, as there was an optional extension to continue to 'Mozambique' where half the group would be leaving. So we roasted marshmallows over the bon fire under the starlit African sky and had an early night as we would be participating in an adventurous activity the next day to finish the trip!
It was an early start to the day to either quad bike, horse ride or white water raft. Of course I went with the most thrill seeking in ...
The approach to Bulembu has been the biggest test yet for Marco the Polo. For many years there was no road at all, the only connection with the outside world being a 15 mile cableway into South Africa. This brought in raw materials and took out Asbestos ore. 20 miles of forestry track now connects the old mining town to the rest of Swaziland. This track follows the grossest contours but has plenty of upsy-downsy. Where the ...
... actually cooler in the store than out was a bonus.
Was used to Africa a trifle as this was our 4th visit and we love the people.
Our main stop was 3 nights at the Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctury - a great place to unwind and take a breather. Dirt track in but our rental didn't seem to mind too much.
No carnivores meant exploring by foot or car (100km. of roads) was a must do. and it meant also that you could get up very close to the animals. - zebra, ...