Click on a label to read posts from that part of the world.
- Searching For Stories (And Vacation) In Cartagena, Colombia
- The Gatekeepers Of Asia: Face To Face With The Border Guards Of The Far East
- Cockpit Chronicles - Paragliding In Rio: Best Layover Ever! (Video)
- An Interview With Paul Theroux, Author Of 'The Last Train To Zona Verde: My Ultimate African Safari'
Dispatches from Lesotho
With apologies to my sister, I rarely post personal blogs onto Gadling, because there are many irrelevancies among them that just don't apply to the greater travel audience. But Will's is different. Reading his words you get a real feel for the kingdom of Lesotho, the gravity of its inhabitants, the color and shape of its land. Will tells the story that I'm sure many foreign workers experience in Africa, of plight of AIDS, the poor education system and the general madness of the Dark Continent.
Start by taking a look at a few of his more gripping articles, covering none other than scrabble, getting mugged in South Africa and an bittersweet essay centered around a local boy named Thato. Yes, they're long, but they're good lunchtime reading.
If it suits your fancy, take a look at the rest of Pudgy Millions and say hi to Will while you're there.