The Royal Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... for passing animals who may accidentally walk through and break it.
Doomey mentioned that as there are quite a few Elephant's in the park they've had to start sterilising the old bulls to stop them reproducing. Elephants are very destructive animals and vast fields of trees have been destroyed. They also have to bring in new male lions to keep the genes strong, usually bringing them in from nearby Kruger. The park is fenced off because 20 years ago 80% of the rhinos ...
... showered and had eaten breakfast we headed back in the car to travel across the park to a hiking starting point! The park had lots of trails clearly marked out, making for easy navigation and some beautiful landscapes. The terrain was quite tough at times, with lots of loose rocks and steep inclines!! It was amazing to finally reach the peak of the summit trail and have a panoramic view of Swaziland and a rest!!! Coming back down ...
... polygamy, the king has 15 wives), but it remains a fairly poor country, with a life expectancy of just 32 years (2009 figures - perhaps due to the 26% HIV rate. I think life expectancy has risen a bit since then).
Rather than visiting the cities I spent a couple of nights in the Ezulwini valley, an interesting area with a mix of history (the royal residence and national museum in Lubamba), wildlife ...
... there. The song and dance was so much fun and everyone was involved!! Back Into the house we went and unknown to us they had prepared a traditional meal for us which included Maize, Chicken and Spinach. Two of the teenage girls came around with a jug and a bowl for us to wash our hands and Although I was eager to please and try new things I was also terrified about the tastes I would experience- but I ate it! And almost 9 hours later I'm feeling good! We were able to ...
... this is where the Swaziland shuttle is departing from and within seconds of us saying yes he's tell us his life story which he reiterated in the shuttle to everybody else.. So I'll reiterate to you.. His name is Lewis Poteet, 73 years old from Canada. He grew up in Swaziland with his brother Jim- his dad helped build a building in Swaziland.. He has 2 sons JD and ??? (Can't remember the second) who live in Texas. One is a professor and another teaches a type ...