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on A Surreal First Safari

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Amazing sightings. Awesome to see a leopard and a lion kill. Great images.

Joanne Wadsworth
Digital Tracker

Your 14th month wait was rewarded in so many ways! Congratulations in witnessing the kills and other magnificent wildlife. By the way, your images are superb. The heartbeat of Africa will now always live in your spirit, Brock.

Denise Vouri
Digital Tracker

What an amazing stay! Seeing two kills is extraordinary and now that you’re hooked, you will return. My first trip in ‘86has led to many more safaris …….

Laura Eberly
Digital Ranger

Happy Birthday! Welcome to the “pack”, I am sure it won’t be your only safari trip!

Jenifer Collins
Explorer

Brock, I know how you feel. 10 years ago, we enjoyed the same enchanted days at Londolozi, and in Nov. (and I can hardly believe I have to wait that long), we will return for our 10 trip. Thank you for sharing – I too felt the excitement as you drove off to see a lion kill, and the feeling of peace and wonder as you drive back to camp. Such a beautiful story and I’ve shared with friends of ours who will be making their first trip in Dec./Jan.

Judith Guffey
Senior Digital Ranger

Each time I’m booked into Londolozi I count the months and days till arrival. My visits started in the 80s but then there was a long absence from 1985 to 2010. Now I’ve been back 5 times. I’d go tomorrow if I could. I guarantee you will return!

Jeff Rodgers
Senior Digital Ranger

Congratulations on your first of what will no doubt be many safaris. Londolozi was one of our first safaris in 1999 and we will return there in 2019 for our 9th visit. It is a magical place.

Wendy Macnicol
Explorer

Dear Brock. Thank you for your exciting photos and the description of your first trip to the African Bush! We hope you come back again and again. Neil and I are South Africans and feel we have to get our “bush fix” on a regular basis. There is NO place like the African Bush with its beautiful wild life. We are in our 80’s now and can’t go on safari as we used to, but we go on a virtual safari every morning when we receive the emailed Londolozi stories! The Bush comes to life again for us! It’s great. We look forward to more articles from you with pics too of course ….. We do hope your parents will be able to enjoy another visit with you too! Cheers. Wendy and Neil MacNicol

Irene Henkes
Explorer

What a nice, well written blog. Exactly the feeling that the bush gives you, being not a native of SA. Or wherever.
Thanks!!

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