Lancer's Inn

Maseru Centre, Maseru, Lesotho | Hotel
 

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Driving the dark in Lesotho

A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne

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... amenable traveling companion. He confessed to only one anxiety and that was in regard to not liking very steep slopes and drop offs near the edge of the road. This might be a liability in Lesotho!
We set off in the morning after a hearty breakfast to do the 150ks to the border on the splendid South African highway. The border crossing at Maseru the was a simple and straight forward process and we emerged into the" mountain kingdom" of Lesotho. This little ...

The Kingdom in the Sky

A travel blog entry by stevehumphreys

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... homogenous, almost the entire population are Sotho speakers. Locally it is known as the Kingdom in the Sky, due to the mountainous terrain (apparently it has the highest 'lowest point' of any country in the world, every single bit of Lesotho is above 1300m altitude). There is a king, Letsie III, but he seems to be more of a figurehead than to have any actual power. While Lesotho is one of the poorest countries in the region, ...

On the farm

A travel blog entry by africa1213

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... 2013. We enjoyed a Christmas dinner, first drinks in the garden waiting for all to arrive then gathered in the dinning room for a traditional dinner. It was lovely. Midway through dinner the storm started causing a short black out and then the noise of the thunder and lighting came, making it difficult to hear the talking. Our week came to a nice end with breakfast at a cafe, back to the house to pack and off we went on a long drive returning to ...

Botswana, Zimbabwe and Lesotho.

A travel blog entry by edandclaire

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... angry – into Zimbabwe…

First you need a Visa. That will be US$35 each. Oh, you’re British? That’ll be $55 each. Just because....

Next you need to pay to temporarily import your car, that’s $75.

A rental car you say? You also need to pay $60 to that man over there sat at the picnic table. His Job? Oh, he takes payments from people with rental cars. Of course he does…

We were mainly going ...

Lesotho: The Kingdom in the Sky

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren

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... in their humble home, and hung out with the kids at the local pre school that Malealea lodge had helped build. We were loving our time in Lesotho, the kingdom in the sky.
Leaving Malealea, we headed to Morija to learn about the history of Lesotho, the kingdom in the sky. We then hiked up Thaba Bosiu to visit the royal village ruins and graves of the first kings of Lesotho. We continued through the country, chuckling at the quantity of toilets ...

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