Piggs Peak Hotel & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... droppings, ant lion holes, hyena, rhino and genet tracks told the bush story of night wanderings, and how cats prowl the bush. Simeon interpreted the comings and goings. Kudu and klipspringers were sighted on the way back.
Meanwhile the other group drove around spotting lots of animals, but their only different sighting was the lions in an enclosure. And of course they did get morning tea including local rusks.
Breakfast at 9.00 ...
... as being on the back of the motorcycle. It's a totally different experience - everything seems amplified - there's the speed of course, the feeling of the air rushing over, around and past you and the sound of it in your helmet as you slice through the atmosphere; and the smells and colours seem to be more intense. We have a rest day tomorrow and we'll hopefully get to see some hippopotamus in Lake St ...
... impressed with my hidden and unknown (to me) skills. They also told me they needed funding so I told them Judith would take over from here :) Back to Mlilwane and suddenly loads,of people had arrived and the campsite is full! There were only a couple of people this morning. Swaziland seems to be busier. We found out later that it's a public holiday weekend in South Africa (for Women's Day), and the Jeep club had decided to come and party next to ...
We limbered-up for our final Sunday with a Saturday sail on the reservoir. Our friends nearby brought their Hobie 14 catamaran to lunch.
I soon discovered that catamarans are pigs to turn in light winds. Despite the relative calm, Iain, Alicia and I had a jolly hour or so on the water........and only went backwards a few times when trying to tack.
Sundays have been the focal point of the week since we arrived. The format has been church at about 9, then 'tea with the vicar' ...
... Iain, who was fine as he had the torch - don't be deceived by the flash-photos, the walls seemed to soak-up light). We rounded a corner and could hear the hollow sound of a sparse waterfall trickling off old machinery and down into the void. Denis' only comment was "Be careful at the edge, it's 500m down". There was a rusty pipe to lean on, otherwise nothing. Not being able to see 'nothing' it's tricky to describe the view, but we could hear the nothingness of it - it had a ...