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Josephine Benecke

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Josephine grew up on a farm just south of Johannesburg, which exposed her to open spaces and encouraged her to develop a love for nature at a very young age. Later she attended the Diocesan College for Girls in the Eastern Cape where ...

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on Making Friends on Safari: What Happened When We Went Tracking

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Issy Francombe
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Hello! I came to Londolozi recently, and I enjoyed it very much! I’m 10 years old and I went to the Cubs Den activities. They were so fun, and we went track moulding as well. Jo, who was in charge of the Cubs Den was so nice, and my brother and I were so excited every morning to hear what activities we were going to do. We also made some friends, and at first we were all very shy, but eventually we started to talk, and make friends. Thank you for such a wonderful time Londolozi!

Amy Attenborough
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Thank you Issy! We so enjoyed having you and look forward to featuring your amazing story on the blog soon too! Hope you had fun in Mauritius.. Best regards, Amy

MJ
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What a wonderful way to make new friends!

Jill Larone
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Great blog Josephine! What a wonderful learning experience for the children, in both tracking and the cultures of different countries. I’m sure it was a time they will never forget.

gerard gaynor
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Very nice the children are our future and the future of welfare of wildlife to come 🙂

Guido and Dina van der Groen
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good to see Innocent , he was our tracker in Ngala tented camp with James Souchon 2 yrs ago !Our kind regards to this famous tracker!

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