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Jan 5, 2014 - Sani Pass

5th Five of us and a guide, Mathew, left for Sani Pass. A couple from London who work for the city transport system there, two German women from Munich, and me. Into Lesotho and then to a village near Mokhotlong at a "B & B" local primative style off the grid, for the night. Lots of biologising along the way. Sort of a "hill tribe" experience, but ok. We danced with the locals and walked around the area til dark. Rain off and on. VERY dark sky. 6th The Germans went horse riding. The Brits went hiking. And I hung around the river birding and...

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Jan 21, 2009 - One More Hike Near Sani Pass

We woke up to beautiful blue skies that we had not seen since arriving in this area. We could finally see the summits of the mountains around us. We didn’t feel like a hike but we felt that we should take advantage of the beautiful weather. We chose the longest and most difficult hike, which is also the one with the greatest reward. The views are supposed to be incredible and there is a little hidden waterfall with a swimming hole. We started near the Sani Lodge resort. The resort feels like an older mountain resort; there is a 9 hole golf...

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Jan 19, 2009 - Hiking the Dragon Mountains

Although we had planned on spending a few more days exploring the Wild Coast, Rebecca’s bodyboarding misadventure had us searching for alternate destinations. Instead of ocean and beaches, we chose altitude and mountains, and thus headed off north towards the Drakensberg mountains. The drive up from Coffee Bay was long and tiring. We were a little hung over from a big night out. We then discovered that someone had stolen all our breakfast food. We said goodbye to the London girls, paid our tab, and set out on the 80 km drive back to the N2....

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