Lesotho (La-Sue-Two) is a small mountainous country landlocked by South Africa. Without the small airplane, nearly 75 percent of the population would be a great challenge to reach as there are very few, mostly impassible roads through the ongoing peaks and ranges. The country side is some of the most beautiful scenery I have seen photographed.
Carolyn and I will live in Maseru, the capital of Lesotho. We heard that many people speak English in the city, which will help our transition overseas. We will invest in learning their language, Sesotho, on our own. There is no official language study course. Sesotho is very different than any latin based language…there are even a few click sounds thrown around. Should be fun.