How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
Photos of Maguga Lodge
TripAdvisor Reviews Maguga Lodge Pigg's Peak
Travel Blogs from Pigg's Peak
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. ...
A very cold and misty morning, lots of rain, and a thunderstorm last night. the tent made it through though! I might even put some socks on. So, had copious amounts of coffee and peanuts for breakfast and spent a long long time in the shower to warm up. Girls are exploring the camp...a bit of playing on the swings, looking at the stables here, checking out some birds. Hanging out in Mlilwane today...a day off! No travelling anywhere. We've been looking ...
... 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 ...
... the microphone to give an account of how they, personally had been saved, both emotionally and physically. This was personal to the point of being scatological - there was no danger of nodding-off - and we were all delighted to hear how well they're doing.
Lunch afterwards has been a fantastic spread laid on by Helen's mother, who lives in the granny-annexe. These have been the most precious times of our stay - sitting with Kevin, Helen and her mother, discussing the now, ...