We are GRATEFUL for the honor of seeing a teeny tiny glimpse of Lesotho.
One of my prayers before coming to Lesotho was for new lifelong friendships to be forged. Somehow, I was still surprised when the owner of this charming guest house we are staying in offered to take us to see her childhood home over the weekend. She is Basotho and her family traditional Basotho herders.
We could hardly believe this honor. Of course we said YES!
Her name is M'Makabi. She is a brilliant business woman. Her pretty daughter Esty, a post grad college student, helped us prepare for the journey.
|Basotho people seem to have a strong working relationship with their mountain ponies.|
|Joseph led me over to M'Makabi's mom. He wanted her to hold him.|
|Rondoval at M'Makabi's property|
|view from the inside out.|
|Two young men waved as we drove away from M'Makabi's home mountain village.|