Sani Mountain Lodge
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The next stop was the Drakensberg, which has been on my trekking list for a while. Not having a car, and relying on public transport, there's one lodge you're able to get to in the northern Drakensberg, so that would be my trekking base. On the plus side, it does make it easy for day hikes and you can arrange pick-up back after a multi-day hike. And it was conveniently situated near the Amphitheater, a 3100m high and 3.1 mile long rock face. ...
... found out that Clare and I were working in the hospital and had the best reaction so far to us being newly qualified as doctors............l...o...n..g........ .p..a..u..s..e.........huuuuhh,
then spent the rest of Lesotho culture question time quizzing us, with wide eyes and raised eyebrows, on how, when and how we were women doctors etc.
We finished up the tour at the highest pub in Africa for a drink overlooking the Sani ...
Phew, what a long day. Travelling with Sebastien, a Belgian guy who'd been one of the people on the horse ride. Left Malealea at 9am by minibus which should have taken us to Maseru. At the main road they decided to go south instead of north, so a second minibus took us the rest of the way.
We wanted to get as far round the country as possible (there is only really one road, which loops round the north and east - the middle of the country is far too mountainous). Normally there ...