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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 ...
It's still dark and I hear a shy knock at my door. I wake and wade through uneasiness. A voice asks if I'm awake. The doorknob turns and the shadowed silhouette of woman peeks into the room. "Are you awake?" she asks. I return some form of yes. She turns on the light. I squint her into existence. I remember where I am. “I shall bring you a hot bath,” she says. Her head is wrapped in colorful cloth. A simple apron does its best to wrap her full ...
... new Mercedes driving back down and later discovered that the SA border police do not allow two wheeled drive cars any further.
We could soon see why and I don't think my words could do it justice and I was certainly not going to try to take a picture. The SA border is 1800m (same as Jo'burg) but then the pass elevates you another 900m. It was wide enough to allow cars to pass in the opposite direction so I felt safe and enjoyed it.....George on ...