Royal Swazi Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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Today we traveled to Swaziland though magnificent valleys of Big Bend. To enter Swaziland we firstly had to leave SA via boarder security then walk approximately 100 meters to enter via Swaziland boarder security. Lots of rules re photographing anyone the was in uniform and no photos of the security post. I did sneak one in on the Swaziland side. …
Friday 26th August 2016: Another day of bus travel into Swaziland, late start at 9, but we don't know how to sleep in. John has been down to the lake, but no hippo in sight - yesterday he saw his nostrils sticking up out in the middle. As we leave Mkuze you realise how small a town it is, all based on the sugar cane. Between us and the mountains to …
... they will spend seven/eight days mating with all the females then they will tag in with the next worthiest male.
Other animals and birds we spotted; starlings, lapwings, drongo, orb spider, brown snake eagle, a pair of white backed vultures , impala, nyala, bee eaters, wildebeest, hairy field spider (white), water buck and zebra.
- Termite mounds are like icebergs, only the tip is above ground.
- The Euphorbia tree is poisonous and was used ...
... paper. No doubt South Africa would own all that land and have rights over production of the paper. This really frustrates us as Swaziland, alongside many other poor African countries seem to be suckers for this :-( Although we heard that Swaziland was quite a poor country, we were surprised to see it had big shopping malls, it was a lot more developed than we expected.
We decided to camp at one of Swaziland's ...
... 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 ...