Maseru (South Africa > Lesotho)

Maseru (South Africa > Lesotho)

rushing through the border and then the capital of the mountain kingdom

Location: 

Maseru, Lesotho

Duration: 

Friday, December 2, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Maseru: entering the kingdom of heaven through its small capital
  2. Lesotho: kingdom in the mountains; so high, you can feel the clouds
  3. Food: more street food than South Africa, but also modern fast food
  4. Border: quick and free border crossing because of the Customs Union
  5. No time to stop in Maseru, just driving through to Thaba Bosiu

Image sources

  1. Typical housing
  2. Immigration Office
  3. Border Crossing
  4. Fast food chain
  5. Modern building

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