We were up early and drive out to Maseru, Lesotho for a day trip to this micro-nation entirely landlocked within South Africa.
We were actually surprised at the passport control/customs process being so rigorous/taking so long, because we’d expected that it would be next to nothing, given the fact this little country is entirely inside another one. We were wrong!
We weren’t really sure what to see or do, so we just drove around a lot and did a “go this way, it looks more interesting” approach at crossroads.
We saw a lot of odd detours, animals along the road, beautiful hillsides, and a really nice sunset without anything obstructing the view.
We didn’t “do” a whole lot, but I also think Maseru didn’t seem that interesting. If we’d gotten away from the border, it would probably be better.This entry was posted in Africa, Lesotho, Maseru