A Day

April 4

I generally have longer titles to my blog post than this one, but “a day “seems to capture it perfectly. We did not plan the day except to get from where we started to the Sani Mountain Pass, where we are staying at a lodge more than 9000 feet above sea level. We […]

Shepherds and Scenery

April 3

We’ll, no WiFi yesterday, so just posted yesterday’s blog. Apologies if you get two posts today. And, a heads up, I don’t think I’ll have WiFi tomorrow. Now, how Third World is that.

Today was a great day. Beautiful weather. Day breaks Down into two elements. The scenery is spectacular. There’s an amazing […]

Into Lethoso

April 2

After breakfast we will drive about 3-4 hours to the border of Lesotho. On the way, we stop for some photos of the great scenery (which, unfortunately I can’t post, because I accidentally deleted them). We have lunch in Clarens, a cute, but touristy town, before meeting, Frank and Lungelo the Sani Pass […]

Baskets, Airplane Guy, healers and Tetr;

April 1.

After breakfast, we set out for a craft store which carries baskets produced by women in the region. There were a couple of basket makers weaving while were there. The quality of the crafts appeared to be very high and it was worthwhile seeing it.

We next went to see Sibusiso, the airplane […]

Zulu Dances in the Mountains

March 31

After breakfast, we leave at 8AM to drive (216 miles and approximately 4 hours) to Tugela Falls in the northern Drakensberg Mountains, arriving in Tugela Falls after lunch. Roads are perfect and views lovely. We stop at two roadside service areas, both of which surpass US service areas in choice, cleanliness and appeal. […]