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We drove to Zwasiland today, that is a country inside another country. The have their own king.
We were very high in the mountains today about 1600 meters that is 5 times higher than Mount Tambourine!
I was getting dizzy a few times so I asked RIchard if he had another spot for me to sit when he opened the door. and guess what, of course he made me happy giving me my own place in the door.
Ok Amy, I hope you like the pictures. ...
... forth that everything is quite relaxed. As with Lesotho the currency is pegged 1:1 with the rand, so both sets of notes are used interchangeably.
Also like Lesotho, Swaziland was a British protectorate although I'm not certain why they bothered, they seemed to mostly ignore the place. After independence the king seems to have done his best to modernize the country while still retaining old customs and ...
... it was my mistake.. Oops sorry Steph! So we made ourselves comfortable in the shade because did I mention the only wort place than Melbourne weather is joburg weather? Already by midday we had experienced overcast, rain, sun, unbelievable heat oh and wait for it lightning.. And it changed every 15minutes! well at least that's what it felt like! Anyway we're sitting in the shade waiting and within a couple of minutes an old man gets out of a taxi and asks ...
... with a deluge of torrential rain and lightening cracking all around us. The locals walking along the roads didn't seem to be too bothered by the storm though and just kept going about their business we saw some people sheltering in run down bus stops or under store awnings. Many of the children just seemed to be loving the huge rivers and puddles created by the storm and did what they do best.....jumping and splashing about have a fantastic time. Riding through the storm was ...
... Being a theatre lighting designer in my spare time - would love to see a production here. The parcans used for theatre lighting look like they've been made out of bean tins rather than commercially bought parcans. Its claim to fame is that former President of the USA, Jimmy Carter, had a widdle in their urinal. A plaque commemeorates the spot. I just have to.
An excellent day travelling through the countryside stopping at various tourist traps like candle factory ...