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Dear Readers, Please forgive my absence from commenting on blogs. Mr. UT and I have been in Arizona this week! We went from snow in Minneapolis, to warm and sunny in the Phoenix area. We are blessed that we can travel. Many people would love to, but aren’t able to due money or lack of […]
I decided to go to Antelope Canyon, the best time to go it is around 12.00 h because the light comes through the groove and it is a very nice moment for the photographer to catch the light, and for the visitors. Once you are inside it is very nice to see the natural area […]
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While resting on a large boulder, I try to quiet my mind and take in my surroundings. I’m on one of my morning nature hikes. The sounds of birds chirping, water trickling in a babbling creek mere steps from my feet, and the sun warming my body remind me why I enjoy wintering in Phoenix, […]
Day One of April Landscape Photo Challenge More about this amazing scenery, please visit: Phenomenal Horseshoe Bend (Arizona, USA)
(Bloomberg) — Mexico President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Sunday he’ll boost public works projects and low-interest loans to soften the blow from the coronavirus outbreak Read More
Of course, it is a country, and in fact, it is an exciting one!
It is one of the three independent countries which are completely trapped inside another country. The other two are San Marino and the Vatican that are both inside Italy while Lesotho is surrounded by South Africa.
Lesotho is the only independent state in the world that lies entirely above 1,000 meters (3,281 ft) in elevation. It is full of beautiful sceneries from waterfalls to Dinosaurs’ footprints.
It has more than 2 million population, of African descendants. They gained their independence from Britain in 1966 and have an independent government.
People are %95 Christian and have kept their ancestors’ traditions in terms of living. About %75 live in rural areas, farming. They are friendly and welcome.
how to get to Lesotho
Remember, If you’re driving there from South Africa, you still need…
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ZZ TOP – That Little Ol’ Band from Texas (2019) Directed by Sam Dunn Banger Films have never released a dud, have they? Their latest documentary, ZZ Top: That Little Ol’ Band from Texas is another well made, entertaining film to add to your collection. And it’s about time, isn’t it? 50 years? And not […]