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James Tyrrell

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James had hardly touched a camera when he came to Londolozi, but his writing skills that complemented his Honours degree in Zoology meant that he was quickly snapped up by the Londolozi blog team. An environment rich in photographers helped him develop the ...

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on Meet the Blog Team – Mike Sutherland

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JP Joubert
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Suthy! I am soo stoked for you my boy! What a legend!

Kate Neill
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Welcome to the team Mike! Cant wait for more amazing pictures!

Rhys Rocke
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Well Done Suth you legend..!

Christiane & Kai
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Mike, so great to see you in the blog team!! What a fantastic time we had together in May… We can’t wait to be back on drive with you!

Evette Hartig
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I’m impressed with the amount of talent the blog team has, welcome Mike, I look forward seeing more!

TERRI CURTIS
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I have watched you all your life, your are an asset and your parents must be busting with pride – I know I am

John Woodward
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Mike, just got back to Vegas baby…Thanks for everything, again, you were the best imaginable, but my pics of the Leopards suck, can you help??
Thanks and hope to hear from you soon
jsw

Mike Sutherland
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Hi John, great to hear from you, I have only seen this comment now. Was wondering if you received my emails? I have sent a couple to your address. Could you possibly check or let me know the corrrect address! I hope you are well! Kind Regards Mike

Courtney McGuigan
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I was blessed to have met and spent time with adorable Mike during his first week at Londolozi. He introduced me to maybe the world’s best adjective, “hectic”. Used to describe nearly every thing and situation! “Yeah, it was hectic.” I brought it back to the states with me and am determined to have it catch on here. I think I’d be more successful if I had the Durban accent to go along with it. I use his phrase frequently and smile every time I do. So thank you, Mike! I hope to see you on my next trip.

Btw – did you ever get the video footage from your guests that week of the rhino chase we almost became a part of? That was hectic! 🙂

Craig Braithwaite
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Hi Mike,

Perhaps you remember Kurt and me from Switzerland – we stayed in Tree Camp from 22nd until 24th July, and saw that amazing mating ritual of the two leopards. Well, we’re back in Switzerland now, and life goes on. After leaving Londolozi, we spent an amazing time travelling to Maputo, then down through Swaziland to Umhlanga, up to The Cavern in the Drakensberg (my second home when I lived in South Africa), and back to Jo’burg before our flight home. Our time in Londolozi was certainly a highlight of the trip, and a lot of that is thanks to you. Although only for a short time, you made us feel really special – as if we were your only guests – and your knowledge and understanding of wildlife has greatly impressed us both. Hardly a day goes by when one of us doesn’t say: “Remember when Mike told us …!” I could wax lyrical here, but I shall spare you that, and just say “THANKS”. You are an amazing guy, and Londolozi is an amazing place. Kurt sends his regards. Take care. All the best, “Gijimani” (Craig)

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