Drunk Diaries – Sani Top Lodge, The Highest Pub in Africa

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    These kids, the came running out to me, and as soon as I pulled out my camera they scattered!
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    Yeah, this is the inside of her rondavel. I had no idea that the insides of these places could ever be so nice.
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    I befriended her on my walk. And then she gave me this pose. This is her rondavel, including satellite dish accessory.
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    Mmmm. Chicken feet breakfast at this house!..
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    So awesome...
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    Herdsman I met while hiking.
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    Hiking this entire road because no one was driving on Easter Sunday.
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    A little of everything in a Lesotho village.
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    Right after the very drunk driver in the white truck clipped the mirror of our van.
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    The scenery of this country...
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    Whoa, it looks to contain wealth here...
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    When in the highest pub in Africa...
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    The view from Sani Mountain Lodge.
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    Local entertainment.
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    So, he is playing a bucket, attached to a handle with a wire strung on it, and the bow is a twig with string across it. Wow!
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    Photo taken by the immigration officer who enjoyed how excited I was to be crossing a border with a beer in my hand.
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    The look of South Africa from Sani Pass.
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    The Sani Pass road. It is supposedly one of the tightest hair-pin curved roads in the world.
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    I told the girls I was not up to any mischief, but they were in a hurry to get away anyhow.
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    The beautiful Lesotho range.
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    Those white dots are sheep being shepparded in for the evening.
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    Fingers of hills.
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    Lesotho immigration at Sani Pass.
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    Badass. I wish I was driving that thing, without having to be a soldier....
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    So good!
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    Quite an upgrade from a dorm bed. The perks of charm, getting smashed and travel journalism.

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