Sani Pass Hotel & Leisure Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... It was an old donkey trail up to the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho until a guy conquered it in the late 40's in a Willys Jeep with the help of about eight friends who assisted in the manhandling of the Jeep around the rocks and hairpin bends. During the 60's and 70's it developed a reputation as a vehicle breaker and although it is maintained a bit better today it is still not a road for the feint hearted. Big rocks, washaways, and tight tight corners all contribute to ...
... browsing the delicacies for a while we were hit with our first African surprise - An Honesty Payment system. There is no one in attendance in the shop, just a container to put money in, a credit card machine, and a book to record purchases in. Imagine a world that could operate like this. Honestly, fantastic! Here's to Puckety, their guineas, bread and belief in ...
Day 3 - Friday 26 September 2014 - Rhodes, Naude's Nek, Mount Fletcher, Matatielle, Underberg to Sani Top We were up early and packed up the bikes as we had to return to Walkerbouts Inn for breakfast. One by one we left the farmhouse and headed along the road towards Rhodes. I decided to take a photograph of the Rhodes signpost. I left my bike idling and removed my Iphone from its holder, taking the photo while remaining seated on the bike. While returning my phone to its holder ...
... section is made up of 14 tight switchbacks. The views of the mountains either side are amazing, and as you get higher there are beautiful wild flowers and heather. We stopped plenty of times to take photos of the views, waterfalls etc. at the top is the border with Lesotho, so first you must get an exit stamp from South Africa, then a little further an entry stamp for Lesotho. We visited one of the very few mountain ...
... and how you have to do a weird two handed (wet fish) handshake. She shared her bread she bakes for the shepherds and their very strange beer which I can't even begin to describe the taste. She showed us what else they grow a lot of which was shockingly an enormous bag of weed. Who knew?! After our visit and us butchering how to say goodbye in her language we went to the highest pub ...