I will never forget the warm light of our first afternoon in Swaziland after crossing the border from Mozambique we headed towards Siteki, a small enclave of eastern Swaziland. The jump to that country was impressive. As we were in our rental car, we delight in the explosion of color and energy, with the special tone that is there the air, a unique atmosphere ... The road on our next step had unique prints and I remember it was an unforgettable journey. From the border crossing we arrived very fast to Siteki as it's a straight road. The reward is a quiet town with clear views and a lively market. We headed to the Mabuda Farm, a working farm just outside Siteki, that the tour guide recommend and we stayed in a wonderful colonial style house, where we would have liked to have stayed for a few month. We ate a delicious Creole style chicken at a nearby restaurant and enjoyed the peace. The population and the accommodation make it a really worth while visit, and like Meryl Memories of Africa, I dream of my farm in Swaziland.