Amazian Mountain River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... service" or the reception would be sporadic at best. What appears to be the name of places where you would expect to pass through a town or village most often turns out to be just a minor settlement with houses spread out across a vast space - here and there a small shop can be seen among the houses. On a steep downhill we came across 4 cows yoked together and a chain attached to the branches of a tree they were dragging up the steep road - it appeared as if it would be used ...
... and switchbacks slowly while at the same time keeping sufficient momentum going. It was quite strenuous on the arms and required intense concentration. I passed the area where 2 years ago I had had a flat tyre with my Fortuner and was grateful to now get through the steep incline without having to stop to repair a tyre. I stopped and asked Edgar if he was OK and he seemed to be doing fine. Then as I came around a sharp and very steep left hand turn I found Maree standing next ...
... failed attempts at ascending the path over the Northern Lesotho mountains. My heart is racing, Jon is super excited! He handles the road like a pro and the drive is awesome, even 'suicide bend' and 'haemorrhoid hill' can't stop us! It takes about an hour to drive up and across the boarder into Lesotho. At the top is Africa's highest pub offering something to calm the nerves. We settle on a coffee, while taking in the magnificent views. We have been so lucky ...
... 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 ...
Beyond this point the state of the road worsens and turns into a jumble of stones and boulders interspersed with loose scree making for tricky driving even on low gear. It climbs sharply over a series of tight switchbacks, many of which have been given interesting nicknames. The Reverse Corner is where the turn is so sharp that vehicles are forced to back up to the very edge of the road before they can complete the turn. The 'Oh My ...