Piggs Peak Hotel & Casino
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... a Shoprite grocery store which was very American style with half if it a grocery store and the other half like a Kmart/Big W style it was decorated with Christmas decorations and all the staff were wearing Santa hats! We purchased a whole shopping trolley full of food including: Oil, Rice, Beans, Vegetables, Butter, Bread, Lollies, Sugar, Cheese, Toilet Paper, Tea, Salt, Apples and Soup.. Its incredible that all of this food will last them for about a month. We travelled ...
... blowing factory. It's all a bit upmarket here. Clean. Neat. Tidy. Not like Mozambique. Read that the King of Swaziland has just announced his 15th wife. Good lad.
Friction between the colonies continues. An Australian overhears Canadian say, "There are far too many Australians and New Zealanders on this trip!". Harumph. It's a good job the Canadian hasn't heard what her fellow Canadians, Australians & Kiwis are saying. Being an independent lone Brit hear both ...
... to Africa! I would usually get an eye roll or some sort of snide remark, mostly due to the fact I am always going on about the places I want to travel to, but after finishing school so recently had not made any of these plans a reality as of yet! So as supportive as they were, I think they were also as shocked as I was when boarding the plane on that Saturday afternoon equipped with my backpack and hiking boots on! They know to take me more seriously by ...
... blesbuck, nyala, waterbuck and zebra. Even caught a glimpse of a crocodile. The horseback safari was so fun and the best way to see the stunning landscape and get close to the wildlife.
Upon returning to the campsite we enjoyed a quick lunch before departing on our village tour. We were a little concerned that the village tour would be cheesy and all tourist-like. But it wasn't! We were escorted there by one of the villagers and ...
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 ...