Piggs Peak Hotel & Casino

King Maswati II Highway, Pigg's Peak, Swaziland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on King Maswati II Highway, Pigg's Peak, is near National Museum and House of Parliament.
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    Travel Blogs from Pigg's Peak

    Day 8 - Hello Swaziland

    A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 11, 2013

    3 photos

    ... at. Over a beer, we made the decision, not a difficult one, to stay a 2nd night. A 2nd night booked we had a wine on our balcony, listening to Paul Simon, and headed off to dinner on the terrace. Jackie had a massive T-bone steak and I had the 'special' a beef stir fry which ginger sauce and various chutneys. Superb! Still in bed by 8.30pm. I couldn't even stay awake to listen to the football! Song of the Day - Under African Skies by Paul ...

    Pigg's Peak luxury accommodation, and away again..

    A travel blog entry by pstubbs on Aug 06, 2013

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Potter's Wheel

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Feb 10, 2013

    3 photos

    ... hymn-books.

    The Pastoral addresses have been uncompromising, usually with a thinly veiled political message. Richly and eloquently drawing from the Old Testament more than the New, these have made for riveting, relevant and usually uncomfortable listening. This is the Bible as history rather than parable, and is used to convey fundamental truths.

    Personal testimony from members of the congregation is a regular and largely unscripted affair. At our final service, a ...

    Don't have toothache here for a while

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Nov 21, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... In a cupboard was a collection of time expired dental materials and a 1968 dental product catalogue. One big sort-out later, and there was much more space in the room. The surviving pieces of the chair still worked and about a tenth of the materials are useable. We're a long way from a functioning dental surgery. Now begins the unexciting job of sourcing a load of kit, getting ...

    Ye Olde Swazi-show

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Oct 30, 2012

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... Having said that, when it rains up here, it can really rain. The mountains are so rich in iron that they're visibly rusty. When thunder-clouds rolled in this afternoon, we were treated to a spectacular pyrotechnic display as the clouds discharged with reckless abandon through these huge conductors. It was a exciting accompaniment to our lunch. We are being royally looked after by Sherri (who came here from the US a couple of years ago and has no plans ...