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Rich Laburn

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Rich is the driving force behind Londolozi’s online storytelling and the Londolozi blog. His passions of digital media, film and photography, combined with his field-guiding background, have seen him take the Londolozi blog to new heights since he began it in 2009. Rich ...

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on ‘One of our Greatest Ever Bush Experiences’

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James H
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Jeremy, thank you very much for your post. It was great to have you and Lynn back at Londolozi after so many years and we are already looking forward to your next visit!

Judy Guffey
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Londolozi is the most amazing spot in the bush. I can’t wait for my return next December.

James T
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James’ moustache would have certainly been a highlight for me!

Courtney M
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Jeremy and Lynn… here I thought we were friends after our delightful flight together up from Johannesburg. However, I may never forgive you for sharing that photo of me! I know it’s all about the amazing experience we had with the leopard that day, but dear lord, give a girl a break and photoshop! 🙂 Hope to see you on my next visit!

Jeremy & Lynn
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Courtney…Sorry…but we blame the man with the moustache – James H!!! All in the cause of charity he insists.

Jo Lynne Jones
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Legendary Elmon!
Fred and I can never sing Elmon’s praises enough. What a wonderful man who after growing up right there in Londolozi, still revels in the day to day adventures. It didn’t go unnoticed that he was still videoing Leopard experiences with the same enthusiasm we novices had. That he found a daytime opportunity for us to see the Verreaux’s Giant Eagle Owl with its pink eyelids was a birder’s bonus.

Legendary, too, because when I mentioned Elmon to Fred in the presence of a ranger in Botswana, the ranger immediately asked, “Elmon Mhlongo?” When we said, “Yes,” he told us how lucky we were. Something we already knew.

Happy Holidays to all at Pioneer Camp and surrounds.

Jo Lynne Jones
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James,
Glad to see some of your photos on the blog. The hyenas had to be the 100-400! Black and white brilliant.
Jo Lynne

Jerome Dever
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James-
Great photo’s! I actually have a short video of the Leopard dragging its kill past us (I’m the one in the back seat with my nose in the air taking the video) and would love to share it if you would like. Never have I valued photo’s more than the ones we have of Londolozi’s bush drives! The absolute greatest trip of our lives! Thank you all so much for everything! We’ll be back!

Jerome (The O’Brien group)

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