Tum'S George Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Kids pool
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... and generic. We arrived at an amazing place with wild peacocks and incredible sculptors out the front. It wasn't tourist toot but beautifully hand crafted glass, fabrics and jewellery. We also got to see the employees actually blowing glass and putting on a show for us.
We drove through Mbabane the capital and onto Mlilwane Wildlife Reserve. One of the parks featured on the 'Wild Card' we just purchased for R2770 for two people which entitles you to enter every park in ...
... some huge kudu and warthog it was a little disappointing. The other vehicle went back to the lions and had a great time seeing the male and the cub getting up quite close to the vehicle. Upon our return Johane (guide) and Danny (driver) had cooked up dinner and it was another pleasant evening around the camp fire swapping stories. Of course they have a load of stories to tell seeing as they have been doing this for the past seven years in southern ...
... 50 cent coconut muffins that melt like real coconut milk when you take a bite.
However, as those of you who have followed have known, everything good comes with a price. It was not easy for me to slow down initially. I had to struggle to turn on the brakes and gear down my life, but the rewards have been fantastic. I pray that God continues to place me in situations where I am uncomfortable, for those are where I grow the ...
... brooms to snuff out he fire when it went awry. Although we had adult supervision, the wind began to grow and our pleasant breeze turned into a strong wind that turned our harmless fire into a roaring bush fire. Surprisingly, brush fire fighter was not one of the qualifications for my Electrical Engineering internship, must have been in the fine print. Turns out, three hours, a 2nd degree burn to my boss, and about 30 bales worth of hay later we finally managed to snuff out ...
... of with the disadvantage of being tasty, my roommates and myself are fairly confident they never die of old age. Rather, pretty much any time some one needs meat, they simply go to their local impala grazing grounds and casually walk up and take their pick. You may think, don't they at least have to stalk these animals? Not so, for the grass is so tall and the bushes dense enough that most any half witted animal could sneak ...