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Lesotho, placeof extremes.


Peter Connan
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Some of the self-drivers might find this video interesting.

 

I missed this trip, which was organised by a friend of mine, but it's fascinating to see some of the effects of the rapid development the Chinese are currently bringing to Africa.

 

http://davemacfarlane.co.uk/outdoor-video-production/

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Nice video Peter. It is an absolutely stunning, stunning place. Fresh caught trout, walking, pony trekking and some of the most outrageously beautiful scenery. Would go back there in a heartbeat!

 

 

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Nice video Peter. It is an absolutely stunning, stunning place. Fresh caught trout, walking, pony trekking and some of the most outrageously beautiful scenery. Would go back there in a heartbeat!

 

 

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~ @@KaingU Lodge:

 

THAT's in Lesotho?

What a stunningly gorgeous landscape and waterfall!

I've never heard of or seen a photo of that.

There's so, so, soooooooo much which I don't know about Africa.

The enticing prospect of fresh trout is an added bonus.

Many Thanks for uploading these nice images!

Tom K.

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I missed this trip, which was organised by a friend of mine, but it's fascinating to see some of the effects of the rapid development the Chinese are currently bringing to Africa.

 

 

~ @@Peter Connan:

 

What might be said?

Caveat emptor...

Tom K.

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