Lonely Planet – South Africa and Lesotho
Language: English | MP3@120 | Xvid | 720 x 480 | 49 min | 325 MB
I want to present very rare and hard to find an episode about South Africa and Lesotho.
From Cape Town Justine heads east on board the Trans Karoo Express, through the lush wine regions north of Cape Town, then into the arid landscape known as the Great Karoo. She stays with an Africaan family in Laingsaburg and rides an ostrich in Oudtshoorn.
After going deep sea fishing in Coffee Bay on the Wild Coast, Justine arrives in South Africa’s third largest city, Durban. One a white enclave, Durban’s streets now reflect a wide variety of cultures. It has always been home to the largest Indian and Pakistani community in South Africa, and the Kavadi festival in February where devotees celebrate the Hindu God Muruga by allowing their bodies to be pierced all over. Later, Justine hangs out with the young Durban surfers and meets the National Surfing Champion Shane Thorn, before having a go at surfing herself.
The next destination is the Zulu homeland north of Durban, where she attends a Zulu ritual and talks with a young Zulu about the history of this warrior tribe.