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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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Laura Eberly
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Thank you for this, Africa’s wilderness is essential to our well being. These cubs are very lucky to have such a fabulous mother. We were fortunate enough in 2014 to spend an hour with her and her 2 previous female cubs. They both are young thriving adults now. She has a way of protecting and successfully raising her cubs while allowing us into her world. That time we spent with her was amazing and something I will cherish forever. We will be returning in 2018 and we cannot wait to get back, Africa is a long way from Arizona so your daily blogs keep us connected until we can come home.
Thank you!

Lee
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Beautiful! Just what I needed to hear.

Jill Larone
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Beautifully written Amy. Londolozi is truly a place where the moment you arrive, you absolutely feel as if you are finally home, where you were always meant to be.

Wendy Brislin
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Beautifully said Amy. My soul is refreshed each time I visit the bush.

Sam
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Beautiful beautiful Amy
And so true
When you hooked on the bush, it infects your soul and you truly do feel like it’s home and where we belong
Great piece
Thank you

Wendy Hawkins
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Thank you Amy, that is beautiful & oh so true!

Judy Guffet
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At least half my heart lived atvhome at Londolozi. Going back to be home with it in December. A spotvin Hawai’i and Londolozi are ‘almost’ antipodes.

Marg Guit
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Understand how “being in the moment” flooded you with happiness, Amy. The Londolozi experience enables that to happen when one is privileged to be visiting.

Reg Clairs
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As always a beautifully written piece. We have enjoyed the Londolozi experience and read the daily blogs.
We live in rural Australia and whilst we do not have the wildlife of Africa we do appreciate being part of the
natural environment and are at peace with the world around us.

Sharon Blackburn
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Lovely, Amy – One of the reasons I enjoy the Londolozi blog so much is that extra dimension of thoughtfulness and reflection that enhances and grows the experiences, just as time with all of you in the bush does.

Pat Mitchell Seydel
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Londolozi is our African home and reading stories from there each morning brings Feelings of Home wherever we are. With love and gratitude, pat and scott

Bruce Finocchio
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Totally Agree. Remember Chief Joseph’s words, “Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.
Chief Seattle, 1854”

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