Sorry for double posting! I've posted this in the Lesotho forum but trying here too just incase.
I wondered if someone could help. I need to travel from Maseru to Bloemfontein airport in a few weeks. I know Blue Sky Coaches used to do a bus from Maseru to Bloem but I've contacted them and they don't have buses from Maseru any more. I wondered if anyone knew of any bus companies doing the journey?
I could also take a minibus taxi to Bloem however I'm a bit cautious incase it takes a…
We are a family of 4 who have done 16 countries in the last 10 years
Im 36 , my wife is 33 son is 13 and daughter is 11
I need all tips on what we can do in Capetown and Durban for 7 days in December
You could message me also I could share my email because I would need loads of tips and suggestions
Appreciate all the help
Ofcourse if anyone wants tips on travel to Europe , Asia , USA , China or Brazil I could give them
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Thanks in advance for any suggestions
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Thanks in advance for any help
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