Sani Pass Hotel & Leisure Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... to drop the bike again. So Edgar decided to give it another go and Andy gave him a push from behind to get traction. He made it to the top. By now Mark had decided to get off and Wayne arrived back and then walked down the hill to assist. Mark decided to walk up but was clearly exhausted - so Andy went down a little way on foot and accompanied him up while trying to give him a word of encouragement. In the meanwhile Wayne rode the Kawasaki 650 up the hill. We all then had ...
... no sign of him appearing. The border closing time of 18.00 was fast approaching. I agreed to watch the bikes - a taxi with locals appeared and confirmed that Mark had fallen over. Wayne and Andy got permission to walk back down. After quite some time a blue taxi appeared and out got Andy and Mark with all of Mark's pannier bags. He had dropped his bike twice and after getting it up the first time simply did not have the energy to pick it up again - he was exhausted and out on ...
... we take an afternoon power nap before the festivities begin tonight. At 18:00 we make our way to the bar, no sign of Lynn and Steve, but we meet a lot of Steve's family and Si and Kristi's friends, Wilson and Jess, from Australia. Steve's brother, Lawrence drives us to Stoneybrook, a pub down the road, where the rehearsal dinner is taking place. A cosy stone building packed full of people. Lynn, Steve, Simon and Kristi are there, as warm and welcoming as ever, ...
... slightly better than at the pass, goes down and up the rolling hills for as long as the eye can see. We passed several shepherds' posts that were essentially small shelters with stones stacked for walls. Shepherd tended to their livestock both on foot and on horse back. We saw several flocks of Merino sheep and herds of Angora goats grazing on the hillsides.
But spectacular as the scenery may be, Lesotho ranks among the region's ...
... skin while my dad is plating piles of light and dark meat.
My aching stomach wakes me from sleep and I rush through the dark to the unattached, unheated bathroom. I’m sitting on a freezing seat. I can see my breath. I think about all the meals I had from street vendors my entire time in Lesotho. Some of these places were absolutely filthy. Often, a restaurant is in a shack. It’s literally walls with planks of reclaimed wood covered by plastic ...