- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Pigg's Peak
... yum!!!!! Seriously yum and filling! Went back for juice and pastries and at approximately 8:20am we headed to the foyer and waited... Until we saw a man look at us... Continue to reception desk.. Look back at us and mutter the word Australia.. then looked back at us again- yep it's us! We got into the car feeling a tiny bit uneasy.. As there was silence and then he introduced himself again and asked if we wanted to buy groceries for the family which was a definite! He took ...
... 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 ...
... have to rent a car and drive.
This brings us to another recently recurring theme - the availability (or otherwise) of automatic transmission rental cars outside the US. During our walking tour of Pretoria, we took time to stop at a couple of car rental agencies and luckily found one that was expecting a suitable vehicle back that night and would be ready to for us at 7:00 a.m. next morning. In the course of our conversation we mentioned to the affable young ...
... hearty breakfast we set out on a horse-back safari through Mlilwane Nature Reserve where we were staying. My horse, Tellington, was very nice and placid and although I was nervous at first I eventually recalled all that I learnt from my cousin Emily and settled in quickly for a comfortable ride. We traversed the rivers and the plains, climbed hills and ventured through forests of the beautiful Swazi landscape. We saw plenty of impala, ...
... and somehow getting it fitted correctly. While this is one of the main tasks that we've set ourselves in coming out to Swaziland, I'll spare you the details.....but if anyone has: a small compressor, a dental vacuum, a working curing light, mirrors & probes, extraction forceps, excavators, plastics, probes and curettes... .......please send them, they'll be very well ...