Lesotho Sun Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Admittedly, it was an easy decision to leave Lesotho and what we perceived to be quite a tense situation, and return to South Africa via a different border crossing only a few kilometres from Maseru (Maseru Bridge border crossing). Fortunately it was still day light when we arrived in Ladybrand, South Africa, where we found ...
... to out shout each other in a variety of languages giving completely contrary advise and getting into arguments about who was right. We left them debating in an alcohol fueled haze and realizing that we had missed the Sani Pass turnoff in the dark so pushed on the final few kilometers to Mokhotlong on a road that improved enough to get into third gear, we cheered!
From out of the darkness emerged a sign saying Hotel Sengu 2 kms!! Ye ha!
And what a great place it turned ...
... 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 ...
... seemingly more interested in knowing which football team I supported (replying “Ipswich” was something of a conversation killer) than the niceties of checking our truck for things we weren’t supposed to have, we definitely felt welcome in Botswana. With two days in Chobe National Park, and with plenty to see the odds were stacked against us completing “the big 5” but we needn’t have worried – Chobe delivered them all ...
... the sky, had delivered us the best horse ride we had ever experienced in our lives. The scenary was amazing, passing through local villages was interesting and trying to stay on our ponies as they slipped all over the place in the pouring rain was a challenge.
Our ponies had character. Shaun was riding Chump who was sure footed, energetic and competitive, just like Shaun. Karen rode Sky, who was not as sure footed, slipped over several times, but ...