The final part in the Lesotho installment is finally here. In this post I just want to show Lesotho, their way of life, with as few words as possible. So ladies and gents, without any delays, I present Lesotho is snaps, starting with my favorite picture of a shepherd and his sheep.
Water trough for horses and sheep up an icy mountain; bricks from a quarry hand chiseled, and my shepherd again with his horse this time.
Stone built and thatch roofed houses are the common types of homes Basotho build in the rural areas.
Ice waterfalls are very common. Some of the Basotho live deep in the mountains and horses are the most used mode of transportation in these areas.
Horses having a drink at a pond.
Chibuku is a brand of commercialized traditional African beer made from sorghum. This brand is no longer sold in SA so my friend was so fascinated, she made me take the picture.
A building of The Red Cross in Maseru, churches, and an old training college established by the French in Morija in the 1800s.
I hope you enjoyed the series and know a little bit more about our landlocked neighbor Lesotho.