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Amy Attenborough

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Amy worked at Londolozi from 2014 to 2017, guiding full time before moving into the media department, where her photographic and story-telling skills shone through. Her deep love of all things wild and her spiritual connection to Africa set her writing and guiding ...

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Perine
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Thank you! Loved your blog.
Food for thought!

Mike Beder
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beautiful sentiments. beautifully written

John Ridgewell
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Just had the most wonderful 3 nights (not long enough!!) and was amazed at the BLOOM photographed above. The bush is dry, dry and the predators are having a feast to say the least (poetry??) Thanks to all staff and of course Chef Anna who managed easily to get me form a 36 to 38 waist in three days!! Back to Woollies!

Linda Polley
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Amy, So loved this blog and your interpretation of the changes we all go through. With Fall and Winter approaching here, this is just what I needed as I hate to see Summer go. Thanks for the uplifting words and your lovely photos!

Jeff Rodgers
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Beautifully done, as always . . . and thank you for focusing on the ‘little things’ at Londolozi.

Mike Johnson
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Such wisdom in your words Amy, now I feel much better about my day of inactivity, and so very grateful for the opportunity to visit Londolozi once again and witness some of the magic of Spring

Dina,Guido
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going for a long time on safari (next will be the 22nd) it are not the big five only ,but you look at flowers ,insects and of course birds !

Alison Smith
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Thank you Amy – beautifully written and applicable to so many scenarios– even the sick! wonderful to read!

Jill Larone
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You are a very wise woman Amy Attenborough. Beautifully written. Thank you for sharing your sentiments and your beautiful pictures with us.

Stuart Manford
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Beautifully written! From the really relevant change in topic to that chubby little bee. You made my day!

Lea
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Amy I love the stories written in the Blog. This article you have written almost made me cry. Very profound and ever so true – both in nature and human life experiences. The Bloom is a keeper for me. Thank you very much, you are a very wise and sensitive young lady.

Leonora Chapman
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Thank you Amy. Beautifully written, lovely pictures and so thought provoking. I do enjoy your blogs.

David Attenborough
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Amy – What a different and inspirational way of looking at things. Brings winter, dormancy and resilience into perspective and just love the way that you have used this perspective as a reflection of the hardships and ‘non stop driving’ of modern day life.

Jenny
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Amy, thank you for reminding us of the deeper meaning of life’s great journey which is so beautifully expressed. It couldn’t have come at a better time.

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