Tags » Lesotho

HIKING HODGSON'S PEAK IN LESOTHO

The last time I was in South Africa, I spent my time almost completely inside Kruger National Park. We’ve yet to make many return visits to places we’ve visited, but I knew if we were coming back to South Africa, I’d try to take a day trip into Lesotho. 391 more words

Travel

Here We Go Again (2016-17)!

We have almost made it through our first week of school – yay!!!  Brendan is in the 11th grade and will be completing My Father’s World – U.S. 439 more words

Endgame : Meditations on a House, a Country, a Career –11 New friends

My sister, who has a healthy regard for Ranil Wickremesinghe, was deeply upset when I resigned from my Ministerial position and made it clear that I thought Ranil was largely responsible for the betrayal of the ideals and promises contained in the manifesto on which the President had been elected. 1,989 more words

Ranil Wickremesinghe

Veta Jacqulin of Berkeley Selected for Health Assignment in Lesotho

WASHINGTON, August 23, 2016 – Veta Jacqulin, of Berkeley, Calif., has been accepted into the Peace Corps. In September, at the age of 80, Jacqulin will depart for Lesotho to begin training as a Healthy Youth Community Services Advisor Volunteer. 454 more words

Assignment

Pitso

“Pitso” was one of the first words I learned in Sesotho, and today I finally experienced one firsthand!

In Lesotho, a pitso is a community gathering and a staple of village life. 899 more words

Sankofa Photography Project update

The Sankofa Photography Project is entering its fourth month at The Hub.

Each month has a different theme, and Hub members are encouraged to check out cameras from The Hub, and photograph anything they see fitting to the theme. 122 more words

Lesotho