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marinda drake
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Awesome blog Josh. You are so right about what we idiolize and look up to, instead of looking to nature to learn what life is really all about.

Roy Puttock
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We came over in March and i am still watching the blogs and wishing i was back there, i am a bit of a classic car nut and never realized you were restoring your original Landie – missed it! My eighteen year old son loved the photography and keeps saying he would love to do his gap year at Londolozi – Dream on!

Lynne
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Beautifully said !!

Mands
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Beautiful photographs… inspiring words. Thank-you. I love the African bush and all it gives just by being, and will be forever grateful for the privilege it was to grow up in so many diverse and beautiful places… as much as I love my home in Kwa-Zulu Natal, it’s only when I’m in the bush with the sounds of the wild, that I truly feel at home… you captured so eloquently how I feel about Nature. 🙂

Jill Larone
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So beautifully written Josh. It expresses exactly how I felt while at Londolozi and yearn to return to. You truly feel like you’ve come home when you are at beautiful, magical Londolozi amongst nature and all the beauty and serenity that surrounds you.

Lisa
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Hi Amy, you didn’t credit the photographers of the shots you used in the blog for once? I recognise the leopard and the giraffe as my husband Ian’s photos and the time lapse night sky is Sean’s isn’t it?

Amy Attenborough
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Hi Lisa. These photos were put into this blog by someone who wasn’t aware that some were Ian’s. They saw them on the system and thought they were beautiful. Sorry for missing the credit, I have subsequently updated the blog. Hope you’re well! Thanks, Amy

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