Amazian Mountain River Lodge
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- Swimming pool
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... really great to see them again. There is lots of excitement in the air, mixed with some pre wedding nerves. We are introduced to lots of friends and family from all over the globe. Jon and I thought we had travelled far, but there are guests from New Zealand, Australia, Canada, UK, Germany, Zimbabwe and of course Greece, to name a few! The evening flys by, it's a big day tomorrow, so the party ends early and it's off to bed for some well needed rest after a very hectic ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... couch as I watched the host sail through intrepid voyages. I often wished that I could travel the world on someone else’s dime while a camera crew followed my every move. That all changed when I sat waiting for my plane at Los Angeles International Airport. The cast and crew of the latest season of “The Amazing Race” were waiting in the same lobby. I asked if I could take a picture of the camera man’s cartful of equipment flanked by two ...
... from a waterfall. Then at the top, there was the border. Into Lesotho we went. It felt like Asia not Africa. People wrapped in blankets. It was really windy too. We spent our time looking around the village at Sani Top. I was in Lesotho! Yippee!
Later on in the afternoon, it was time to come back down and back into South Africa. The journey back was just as stunning but rather ...