Another tough ascend conquered -Mphosong

Lesotho-Leribe—Thanks God, yesterday, Friday, I cycled to the top of the Mphosong pass with my MENTOR, Lethusang Ntili aka Mokubung. So tough, so adventurous, so spectacular, so cold, so windy, so nice.

For the first time in my “through the great passes of Lesotho” expeditions I felt the real difference  of altitudes.


Cycling upwards, from the tollgate point to the viewpoint which we did in 2hrs20min. How I wish we had a recorder of stages that we past through. Anyway, dispite all that, another tough ascend through a tough mountain range has been conquered. I’m left with Lebelonyane and Sani Passes.

By the will and grace of my Lord I shall do them before end of this year. Any type of sponsorship appreciated, though a later 29 inch, lighter mountain bike will be most welcome.


Big thanks to:

Mosuoe Import Motors and Spares.

Monate Transport.

Mokotsoaing Guest House.

Remain blessed pals.

Some Chinese civil engineering projects in Lesotho


Leribe, Lesotho—These waterways on one of the Chinese civil engineering projects at Ha Leshoele, some 90km north of the capital Maseru are the first and best of all waterways that goes with road construction either by Lesotho, South African or Chinese road builders in Lesotho.

The waterways caught my eye, Friday, as I was travelling in that area. The question I asked myself was: “Why can’t government engineers and environmentalists enforce similar compliance in every civil engineering undertaking.”