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Travel Blogs from Manzini
... into the day.
Local market in Manzini has the usual merchandise but also stalls for witch doctors. Various roots and dodgy parts of animals are the key medicines.
Swaziland simply stunning scenery. We are all loving Swaziland. Makes up for the disappointment of Mozambique. Almost Alpine in places with lush green meadows, mountain ranges and pine plantations.
Stop at an outdoor theatre - House on Fire. Wow. Amazing place. Quite Gaudi-esque ...
... to Africa! I would usually get an eye roll or some sort of snide remark, mostly due to the fact I am always going on about the places I want to travel to, but after finishing school so recently had not made any of these plans a reality as of yet! So as supportive as they were, I think they were also as shocked as I was when boarding the plane on that Saturday afternoon equipped with my backpack and hiking boots on! They know to take me more seriously by ...
... adorable. We all really enjoyed our little venture to the Swati village.
When we got back to camp, we just relaxed before enjoying dinner. Then the staff at the campsite welcomed us to a Swati dance circle and performed several kinds of song and dance for us. We joined in the last dance and then before we knew it, Grace had taken the stage to perform with her glorious voice and was backed by the Swati dancers, an amazing night!
... Swazi nous sert de guide dans un ancien village reconstitué, genre
UPPER CANADA VILLAGE mais en plus petit... nous apprenons qu'un
village est constitu é d'une seule famille: le pere qui a sa case a lui
tout seul sa mere qui joue un grand role de``
réconciliation et d'apaisement dans le village``
de ses épouses a 3 cases: une pour faire les repas, une pour faire la
biere et une pour dormir... le plus vieux des garçons a sa case, ainsi
... The building technique is magic - no concrete! Once the foundations are down, you just stack pressed mud bricks on top of each other and give it a skim of cement plaster. Brilliant! - but I'm not sure that Building Control in the UK would be too impressed. The plumbing was done by a gang from the US and as soon as the septic tank is finished, we'll be able to stop using the pit latrine. Alicia was a little ...