Amazian Mountain River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... well, they also had the advantage of in helmet radio comms so they could chat to each other about conditions. Apparently at one point Peter was shouting " Rock, Rock" as a boulder rolled down and threatened to collect Doug bike and all. Fortunately it missed.
As we climbed the temperature dropped further but the adrenaline was pumping and I was feeling hot inside my riding suit. Standing the whole time with the bike moving around underneath you bouncing from one rocky ledge ...
... and they were overjoyed, the one vigorously shaking my hand and thanking me with the words "you are my father for life". They then went bounding down the hill each holding a side of the bag between them. It was a good sight to see. I carried on my journey only to come across another bag of chips lying in the road - obviously they had fallen off the bakkie I had passed earlier. I got off to collect it as Edgar came up behind me. This time there was an older lady walking along the ...
... quite funny was that Andy had had to borrow a friends passport as his was not ready in time for the trip. Mark had his passport stamped and we were all safely in Lesotho. We were booked into accommodation at Sani Top. The next frustration was discovering that other people had taken our rooms. They were not cooperative to go with Wayne to the office and it was clear that he was frustrated and tired after a long day in the saddle. He went to fetch management to sort out the problem. ...
Today we travelled from Durban to Sani Pass (Lesotho) through the Drakensberg NP, 12 hours return trip to a height of 2874 metres above sea level, through 2 border gates and a very skinny dirt road which had 3 sections... National Highway N3 which connected to ...
... was gruelling for me with my hurting knees although the views were incredible. There wasn’t much wildlife other than baboons, a few antelope-type animals and birds. Becoming fatigued, my walking pace slowed down and I always get more wobbly at this stage of our hikes. Jim had travelled on ahead of me when I tripped, tumbling over so that I was clutching onto the long grass with my head pointing down ...