Reillys Rock Hilltop Lodge

Mbabane, Swaziland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Mbabane, is near National Museum and House of Parliament.
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    Travel Blogs from Mbabane

    Faith- The Bet of Your Life

    A travel blog entry by matttoafrica on Jun 14, 2014

    1 comment

    ... I pray through my meditation this summer my own faith becomes stronger with experience, I pray for each one of you that God challenges you with your own quiet creeks or roaring rivers, whichever you do not desire. Because, as we take out our paddles, blow up our rafts, and dive in to the current, I firmly believe God will keep us floating just above the waves. Not enough to feel comfortable for more than a few moments, but enough to keep us shouting "Bring it ...

    Swaziland

    A travel blog entry by greatbigworld on Mar 06, 2014

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    ... this so that he could host all the heads of state from Africa for a conference, but now it is used for vip's as a hotel and also a residence for the Prime Minister and some other high ranking gov't officials. We had a nice dinner here, again lamb was on the menu. Then off to bed for a 6:15 am wake up call. Some interesting facts that Marius gave on the bus... Koeksisters and Biltong are very popular foods here. Koeksisters are like a twisted appleflappen dough that they ...

    Mbabane...Swaziland's capital city

    A travel blog entry by pstubbs on Aug 09, 2013

    20 photos

    ... thought was that it was rocks falling down on top of us...all a bit scary! Spent a couple of hours wandering around Mbabane taking photos which was great, until I went into the bus rank where some drunk bloke grabbed me and told me to take his photo. His mates had to pull him off me. The girls wandered around town for a couple of hours, taking it all in, and spent some time playing on some funny horses and animals on wheels. We'd booked a table at Edladleni for 6pm, ...

    Let's try to get to Swaziland this time...

    A travel blog entry by pstubbs on Aug 03, 2013

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    ... way to Barberton. Barberton was a gold mining town and a big place in the gold rush days. It also had the first stock exchange in South Africa. It has quiet, leafy streets and lots of old colonial style buildings. Would have liked to have spent a few hours wandering around here, but we need to move. We did have time to stop at Barberton for lunch at "Papa's Kitchen" a very nice old colonial building...Euro food for lunch this today. Chilled out listening to ...

    Beehive, rhinos, glass blowing and marula oil

    A travel blog entry by africa1213 on Feb 22, 2013

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    ... didn't want to use a flash. A huge storm occurred while we were there it sounded lovely on the tin roof of the factory and looked beautiful with the dark skies and green hills. We watched the glass elephants being made and after buying a few very small glass animals due to space and weight issues we decided to go buy a large heavy elephant. We will get it home somehow!!! Thursday was spent first at the Swazi Secrets Mpaka factory where the oil from the marula nuts are collected and made ...