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Stamping the ground
Yesterday we crossed into the tiny country of Swaziland. I said tiny as it measures just 200 x 130 km. Half of it is made up of steep mountains with the roads leading over 1600 meter high passes. Swaziland was always separate from South Africa and in the days of Apartheid and strict laws, many South Africans came here to let their hair down as they ...
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. ...
... spoken to Neliswa more!? Hmmm I guess that's what the letters are for? We ventured back to the World Vision office said goodbye to Faith and were driven to the Water Distribution Project that World Vision/me are funding- it was huge and incredible! I know that I am contributing to a sustainable project :) Mduduzi drove us back to Lugogo Sun where we said our farewells and walked back to our room feeling stunned and shocked that the last few hours had happened! I still can't believe ...
... visited an old friend last night, Dolores Goddefroy. She is half Zulu and half German and has lived in Swaziland for years. She is one strong woman. Her passion is local, indigenous and nutritious food, and she campaigns tirelessly to educate Swazis. There is plenty of great food available to all in this part of Africa, and food that is not expensive. It's easy to grow, and available to the most rural areas. But, people eat huge amounts of pap ...
... Royal Area and next to it is the Swaziland Parliament building looking rather desolate. Lobamba is also where the State Palace is supposed to be, but we just could not locate it. We also explored a small part of the Malkerns Valley before heading to Pretoria.
Of course, the next morning before we returned the car, we just had to stop at the first rental agency and thank the young woman for her role in getting us to the nice round figure, number 30!
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