Amazian Mountain River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Didn't sleep too much last night worrying about our trip out of Semenkong. Guess I am just a worry wart because we made it to Matatiele to the tire shop and purchased a new tire. All is well now and my stomach has returned to a less knotted state. The tire guy was aghast that the tire had been fixed with a plug and was surprised we had made it. The drive down the new highway was great but very slow. I continue to be amazed at the little villages on the mountain slopes in the ...
... the Natal Midlands and we all opened up the throttle a bit to blow the mud out of our tyres. This has to be one of the nicest pieces of countryside anywhere in the world and it is no surprise that the early European settlers thought that this was the promised land. Rolling hills with beautiful dams and groves of trees scattered with grazing animals and farmers working their fields. It is an idyllic site and a beautiful place to live indeed. We headed for the famous Piggly ...
... This makes you concentrate and be vigilant all the time, which can be quite exhausting as there is no time to let your thoughts wander. We stopped after a while at a left turn pointing towards Thaba Tseka. Children appeared asking for sweets and money, telling us that they are hungry. On the road a car was parked and Chinese men were making cell phone calls on the hillside. It was obvious that this was a spot where there was cell phone reception as most of the time there would ...
... towards the pass had now had long stretches of it tarred. When we got to the gravel section it was not in very good condition. We reached the South African border post at about 16.30. The procedure was painless and after having our passports stamped and paying R30.00 we were on our way into the pass. It was a bumpy ride up with lots of loose stones on the road. We passed a few trucks and 4x4's going up the pass. It took a lot of concentration to get up safely having to take the ...
... 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 ...