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2 doctors traveling from Argentina to Alaska for Doctors Without Borders

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Lesotho Part 3 : Sani Pass to Katse Dam

They say adventure is only glamorous in retrospect… The sky was overcast and ominous as I headed away from Sani Pass. I could already feel butterflies in my stomach at the prospect of heading into the unknown all alone. Sani Pass and its lodge, bar and backpackers are still very civilised, very well known, and very close to the South African border. I had heard lots and lots of stories about Sani and seen millions of pics, but now, the trip was actually starting, and I could feel it strongly.

Matt Snyman

Matt Snyman

 

Lesotho: A place of ups and downs - Part 2 - Himeville to Sani Pass

Yup. Sani Pass. But we’ll get to that later… What a great feeling… Having forgotten where you were and where you had lain your head, to wake up and realise you are on holiday, alone with your motorcycle, with days of awesome riding and adventure ahead of you and Sani Pass to climb after some brekkie. I was as happy as a pig in sh*t. Once I had overslept, and arrived at the breakfast table I decided that, seeing today I was crossing a border, it would be a good time to try and organise intern

Matt Snyman

Matt Snyman

 

Lesotho: A place of ups and downs – Part 1 – Home to Himeville

I first had the idea of venturing into Lesotho alone whilst I was busy (trying to) study for my surgery part one exam. As with most ideas, it was even more interesting and absorptive when surrounded by a looming exam. Megan had just taken some leave to go to a wedding in Cape Town, so I had a bit of leave to spare and no-one to spare it with. So on finishing up with exams, I threw everything I might need onto the spare room bed and gazed on with a mixture of excitement and ‘what the hell am I do

Matt Snyman

Matt Snyman

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