Three weeks roadtripping in South Africa and Lesotho. Although it is already some time ago we have really amazing memories of our time there. Maybe also because it was our first holiday after we started our work in South Sudan, also called our first rotation. They say that your first rotation is always hard. You arrive in a completely new world, in another culture, with different rules, regulations, insecurity, AK47s and curfews. In a country were there is so much pain and unrightiousness.
And then suddenly you have 3 weeks where you can decide on your own where you want to go. You can walk on the streets. Lay in the grass. Watching the stars.
We hired a campervan in Kaapstad and drove along the gardenroute towards Lesotho and via Kruger Park to Johannesburg. The route was more than 4,000 km and absolutely fabulous.
Surfing, camping, hiking, sightseeing, wine tasting, eating good glutenfree food, horse riding, abseiling, game driving and enjoying a lot of great views.
It was really special to be able to just walk around, drive around or run around, such freedom! We live in a beautiful world.