Monday, 14 April 2014

L is for Lesotho #atozchallenge

Bet you anticipated that I’d talk about Libya or Liberia, huh?  I like to keep people on their toes.

This small country about the size of Maryland is officially called the Kingdom of Lesotho and is landlocked by South Africa. Interesting.



What a beautiful landscape this country has.

 Images from Bing.com


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24 comments:

  1. I'm on mah toes, on mah toes I say!
    Lesotho does have a gorgeous landscape, wow! :)

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  2. Lesotho seems like a lovely place.

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    1. I think so, too. I wouldn't mind a visit.

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  3. Lovely photos. Is Lesotho completely independent from SA?

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    1. It's an independent country. I wonder if they need a visa to go to SA.

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  4. For a small country it sure is gorgeous!

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    1. What do they say about good things and small packages?

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  5. Wanderlust is brewing... This whole series isn't fair, you know? I should stop reading so I stop drooling, but I won't.

    True Heroes A to Z

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    1. Lol. Don't you dare, Crystal. A little drool never killed anyone.

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  6. Landlocked by a couple of different countries I can see, but surrounded by another country is very strange! I love the images you have included. So beautiful.
    Donna Smith
    The A-to-Z Challenge
    http://mainelywrite.blogspot.com
    Mainely Write

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    1. I thought so too, Donna. I wonder how it happened. I'd have to go a little deeper into the history to find out.

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  7. Wow, that's so weird to think of one country completely surrounded by another country. Definitely beautiful pictures!

    Hope you’re having fun with the A to Z challenge,
    Jocelyn

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    1. It's fascinating. It would be horrible if SA decided to cut them off from the rest of the world. Nowhere to turn to.

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  8. These photos make me want to travel so, so much!

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    1. What's stopping you, Lynda. Don't you need more fodder for your writing?

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  9. One of my older books, an inspirational romance, was set in Lesotho.

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    1. That's cool. You were writing about it long before it even existed for me.

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