Maguga Lodge

PO Box 121, Pigg's Peak, Swaziland | Lodge
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This lodge is located on PO Box 121, Pigg's Peak.
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    Travel Blogs from Pigg's Peak

    Mlilwane...cold and raining - a day off!

    A travel blog entry by pstubbs on Aug 10, 2013

    6 photos

    ... Planet to see what to do for our next leg to Mozambique. An expensive visa ($80 per person), plus we need 2 triangles, 2 reflective jackets, an SA sticker for the car, and who knows what else. If it's anything like Cameroon, it'll be made up on the spot. Looking forward to trying to get out of bribing the police when we don't have a word of Portugese between us. Or maybe I'm just too cynical these days....I guess this diary will tell us in a few ...

    Pigg's Peak luxury accommodation, and away again..

    A travel blog entry by pstubbs on Aug 06, 2013

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... slam the brakes on? Because he didn't see the zebra crossing☺☺ What do you call a donkey with three legs? A wonkey☺ ☺ What kind of big cat is not good at playing games? A cheetah☺ ☺ Girls came back and played with the dogs and Pat (works with Richard) for the rest of the day. Judith cooked chicken soup and lentils while I finished the photography. More sundowners and long chats with Richard...a really nice evening. Tuesday morning we were ...

    Potter's Wheel

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Feb 10, 2013

    3 photos

    ... of enthusiastic support for the church. Imagine a country where there's no Man U, Chelsea or FA and all football fans actually play for their local side. (Some teams incorporate local rules).

    Back at the Potter's Wheel, we felt a little reserved at our first service and must have seemed terribly English. The band played (guitars, keyboard and drums). The choir sang (classy). The hymns were joyous and modern.
    It's all very different from childhood memories of ...

    Don't have toothache here for a while

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Nov 21, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... weed and all) shouldn't be too tricky. Our first view of the dental suite wasn't encouraging......nor was the pile of donated 'dental' kit in one corner. Beneath the broken heart rate monitor, the two broken culture incubators, the broken defibrillator, the broken curing light and the suitcase of enormous abdominal surgery retractors......there was a partially dismantled ...

    Ye Olde Swazi-show

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Oct 30, 2012

    1 comment, 8 photos

    What a beautiful country Swaziland is. Not much bigger that Wales, it has low veld to the East and granite hills to the West. The rains are more plentiful and the climate better in the hills, so the capital, Mbabane, is here. A few miles out of town is Hawane Farm, set in landscape reminiscent of some of the most picturesque but not excessively gnarly parts of Scotland - rolling valley floors between low hills with large rocky outcrops - like Harris when it's ...