The Amateur Traveler talks to Kim Mance about traveling to the mountain kingdom of Lesotho in Southern Africa.
Lesotho is a small mountainous region surrounded by South Africa but is an independent constitutional monarchy. The country has a very rural population. Kim got around via rental car but also did a pony trek with a guide out into the small mountain villages. Riding small, hearty, and nimble Besotho ponies they headed out into a landscape of shepherds and glacier-carved mountains.
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