Royal Swazi Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... rhythms bumped out of them. A preacher, all suit and loud voice, had a message but not an audience. Teens bought KFC. Families did their business. We bought goodies from the kitty for a picnic lunch, eaten after we had entered Swaziland.
Men in uniforms stamped sheets, tapped on computers. Goats wandered nearby. Sealed roads gave way to dusty tracks all about.
The Kingdom of Swaziland was dotted with small homesteads providing ...
... even after only a third of the month.
Driving over the mountains towards Swaziland I hit a couple of storms which turned the roads into rivers. Even in the dry bits you have to keep your eyes open, baboons regularly cross the road without looking.
Getting a car into Swaziland proved easy enough, no customs or document checks at all beyond the passport. I guess that like Lesotho there is so much trade ...
... behind this? Which is kind of sad... We wouldn't normally react this way if people hadn't told us just how dangerous this place is.. - the pollution in the city is really bad... You can see the haze when you're looking from afar but you can also smell it :/ So continuing on we were starting to panic because It was 11:55 and no sign of the shuttle... So I called them and they told me it was in fact 12:45pm pick up which at first I was dirty on but then ...
... and we knew that at some stage we were going to be rained on. We decide to see what the wether was going to do before we put the wet weather gear on but further down the road where we stopped to regroup it became evident that we would get a very healthy downpour. The children walking home from school were totally fascinated by this group of motorcyclist. They hung around as we opened our top box and started to put on the wet weather gear. No sooner we're we geared up than the ...
... Swaziland through the Bulembu Border Point. After filing out several forms, paying a toll fee and having our car searched we were then in Swaziland. Immediately we were aware of the change in atmosphere, everyone smiled and waved at us. We followed an unmade road for 20km before we reached Pigg's Peak and tarmac roads. We pulled into a refreshment stop at Maguga Dam, where there was a sign warning of hippos. The manager greeted us like ...