The Royal Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... hairy experience with water covering the road and spray making the visibility limited. Passing was a bit of a concern as most drivers coming the other way didn't have their lights on and didn't seem to slow their speed down for the conditions. At one stage we were totally sprayed by passing car it was like having a concrete mixer dump a load of water on us. Yuk! The storm abated after about 30 kms and we made it to our accommodation for the night without any mishap. Photos to come ...
... 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 ...