Tiramisu meaning “pick me up” or “lift me up”) is a popular coffee-flavoured Italian dessert. It is made of ladyfingers (Italian: Savoiardi) dipped in coffee, layered with a whipped mixture of egg yolks, egg whites, sugar and mascarpone cheese, flavoured with cocoa. The recipe has been adapted into many varieties of puddings, cakes and other desserts. Read more
On 24th of July around 12 O’clock mid night Lesotho’s only five-star lodge, the internationally-renowned Maliba Lodge in the northern highlands, was severely damaged by fire.
Guests were staying in the six luxury chalets situated away from the lodge and they were in no danger from the fire which started in the early hours of Thursday morning.. The Chalets, gardens and other surrounding buildings were unaffected.
I woke up to a popping sound, not sure what it was, I walked to my curtain thinking it was snow on the satellite dish.As I opened the curtain I saw the flames protruding from the roof towards the bar side, and instantly the sky light caved into the building. With shock I just started shouting, ran to wake my management team, Martin, Melany, Kevin to get the staff, following which I ran to room 6 and told them as calmly as I could to pack their things and move to the security gate. Read more
Within a week of the rubble removal and leveling of the site, plans were set in motion to start with the construction of the conference centre project and finding a temporary solution for guests, who were booked into the lodge for months to come. Read more
The fire has tested Maliba in the last couple of weeks but the one thing that remains constant is the enthusiasm and excitement for the Lesotho Ultra Marathon, set for 30 November 2013.
It is Africa’s first Ultra Sky Running Marathon and Maliba Lodge is privileged to be the host for this event.
Our race organsier Andrew Booth, from KZN Trail Running talks about the event coming up. Read more
I just want to let you know about the workshop that was had at St.Denis Clinic for 60 pregnant and nursing mothers which is called Maternal Health Care workshop. The workshop took five days starting from the 22nd to 26th of July.
As the name implies, the mothers and mothers-to-be were taught about very important issues to reduce Maternal and Infant Mortality. Topics that were covered included pregnancy, Labour, child raising, attending ante natal clinics, importance, stages and types of infant and child immunization. Read more
Congratulations to Bontle Tumahole who submitted this photo via email. Yes it’s that easy!
From the moment we met up with Hali, the new Maliba Community Trust Manager, anticipation and excitement filled the air.
We set off from Maliba Lodge at 9am and drove to the MaHali community, greeted with the chants of the community workers and the smiles of the children. Read more
The fourth Lesotho Wildrun is set to take place in March 2014 and trail runners from across South Africa are raring to make the trek to their neighbouring country for a weekend of inspiration and perspiration.
The first Lesotho Wildrun took place in 2011 when 28 runners attempted to make the trek from Ramabanta up the Semonkong Plateau, past the Maletsunyane Gorge and Maletsunyane Falls and back down to Ramabanta via Baboon’s Pass. The route has since been changed to start close to the mountain village of Malealea but runners still get to experience Lesotho mountain life in a way that not many people have experienced it. Read more
Bacon-wrapped Chicken Breast stuffed with Mushroom and Blue Cheese, served with traditional Nyekoe and finished off with Cranberry sauce
- 4 Chicken Breasts
- 12 Rashers Bacon
- 1/4 Red Onion, sliced
- 75gr Mushrooms, sliced
- 5gr Thyme, chopped
- 15gr Butter
- 20ml White Wine
- 20gr Blue Cheese
- Salt and Pepper for taste
- Olive Oil for frying