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Nthabiseng

I applied for ICS on a whim at 8 o’clock the morning after breaking up with my boyfriend of 4 years. I was working in a Wetherspoons kitchen, starting at 6 am every day having finished my degree in photojournalism and deciding that was not what I wanted as a career. 1,061 more words

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Year in Review

2014 began with uncertainty. I didn’t know much of how the following 12 months would play out. I was living in Harlem, but spent the holidays in my home state of Michigan. 525 more words

Drinking in the Clouds: Africa's Highest Pub

If you’re going to Lesotho, you absolutely must go to the highest pub in Africa. It is technically located in Lesotho (atop the Sani Pass), but on the border of South Africa. 85 more words

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Entering Lesotho via the Sani Pass

When researching South Africa, I stumbled upon Rough Guide’s “Things Not To Miss” in South Africa. The Sani Pass was one of the only places on their list that I hadn’t planned on hitting. 891 more words

Family

328 Portrait of Tom Thabane

Original photo here

This is Tom Thabane, the prime minister of Lesotho – a country of 2 million inhabitants. It is completely surrounded by South African territory. 47 more words

Drawing From Photos

Lebohang - 'Me Lebo

There is no way that I would be able to accurately describe my full ten weeks in Lesotho in enough detail to do it justice. Any attempts to explain how beautiful a country it is, or how wonderful the people are, always end up sounding clichéd. 1,472 more words

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I Will Never

Fill in the blank. We’ve all said it. Right? “I will never….”  Well, haha.  After we put the kiddos down for bed the other night, we started talking about this journey and the “I will nevers” we said in the beginning.   363 more words