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Let’s celebrate. We’re going through a ghastly coronavirus crisis. But we should not forget that the world is wonderful. I thought I would write in praise of several countries I’ve lived in.
Here are ten things to like about Lesotho, where I lived from 1964-70. We didn’t have digital cameras back then, so the following photos are a mixture of old slides digitised by my brother Stephen, and pictures from trips I made back to Lesotho in 1980, 1988 and 2011.
1. Lesotho is a mountain kingdom with beautiful scenery. These are “The Three Bushmen” at the Sehlabathebe National Park in the east of the country, viewed through a rock arch (photo: RP).
2. Lesotho has what is said to be the highest pub in Africa, at the 2,876m summit of the Sani Pass.