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Sarah Calasse

Trainee Ranger

Sarah started at Londolozi in 2011 as a trainee chef, and upon completion of her internship headed up to Zimbabwe to join the operations team at Mana Pools' Goliath Camp, overlooking the mighty Zambezi River. Rejoining the Londolozi team in 2014 as a ...

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on The Endangered Pepper Bark Tree

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Lee
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Wonderful!

Cindy Tyrrell
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Delightful and fascinating article Sarah! All the best with your future time as a ranger at the amazing, Londolozi.

Sharon Blackburn
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Lovely article, Sarah! As a gardener, i love learning about the plants. Best wishes as you do your training!

Rich
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Beautiful story and an amazing tree! I have experienced the taste and it is indeed extremely peppery! The brew of bark infused with boiling water is also a remarkable remedy for any sort of remedy of cold and flu symptoms. Thanks for giving awareness to this amazing plant.

Wendy Hawkins
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Thank you Sarah for this vital info on this beautiful tree! I wish you every success in your chosen career & happy Guiding 🙂

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