I stumbled across this report today on the JoinRed blog:
“Hi from Mbabane, Swaziland’s charming capital, which is set amidst green rolling hills and has been providing Karen and me with a very warm welcome, in all ways. It feels as if we have been here for longer than three days. We have met a range of amazing people with incredible stories, whose courage in the face of unbelievable hardship boggles the mind – both individuals who are HIV-positive and trying to live positively and make ends meet in dire circumstances, to orphans who are in desperate need of love, support, and the most basic of care, to healthcare workers and HIV counselors who are often working very tough conditions but whose dedication and commitment to helping their fellow Swazis is both impressive and humbling.”
If you’re interested in more up-to-date information than the travel journal I kept in Swaziland when I was there a couple of years ago, check it out.
Read the rest here: Adèle reports on Day 2 in Swaziland