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Amy Attenborough


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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Amy I love your blogs. There is so much to be thankfull for. To wake up every morning and to be greatfull to be alive and healthy. To be thankfull to have your loved ones next to you. To be thankfull to follow your dreams. Thankfull that life is good.

An absolutely beautiful post filled with incredible messages and wisdom to live by! I’m especially thankful for all 15 things that you mentioned, in particular family, friends, wilderness, beauty, kindness and wonder. We need to remember to be thankful for all of these things.

I love all of these amazing reminders to be thankful for the intangibles in life!

A wonderful blog, Amy. Ed & I are thankful for Londolozi and all it is about, and stands for; all of the gracious people who have made our times there so memorable. In gratitude, thank you.

Thank you Angela! That’s the loveliest message. We hope to see you back here again soon…

I am thankful that I was able to visit South Africa and Londolozi with my family this past summer. And now I am able to receive this inspirational blog every day!

Ah beautiful William! Thank you!

Lovely post, happy thanksgiving to all our American friends and guests around the world.

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I’m thankful for this beautiful post, Amy, and all you illustrated. I’m thankful for the power of good, the bounty of beauty in our world, for the people in my life, for people I’ve yet to meet, and for the animals that bring such wonder and awe.

“For people yet to meet.” I love that Lucie! Thank you for contributing your list! All my best, Amy

Great photos and sentiment Amy ! Thank you and have a very Happy Thanksgiving ! Russ

Amy, I’m inspired by your blogs in general but today’s is especially gratifying. In reading through the list of what the staff is thankful for, you’ve touched upon universal themes of gratefulness. What I am grateful for is the ability to communicate on myriad of levels, the appreciation of all things wild, kindness within the hearts of people, and living life one more day to pay it all forward. Thank you Amy!!

Ah thank you Denise. These are gorgeous!

Beautifully written, Amy. A lovely post today with, as always, inspiring photographs from this wondrous part of the world. I am grateful each day to know there are places on this planet that protect the lives and rights of wild animals.
Thank you!

I am thankful to be alive, to have survived cancer and then to have ‘found’ Londolozi! It has helped me change my life perspective so that I can truly be thankful for those 15 things and more…Thank you for the lovely post, Amy.

Some pretty huge things to be thankful for Mary Beth! Sending love

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Thank you Amy, this is so beautiful & all true! I am South African & love the wild open spaces & so thankful for all that I have been Blessed with over the years! Thank you Londo for all your amazing views into our Wild World

Thank you Wendy!!

Amy, The Londolozi family photo is priceless!
Your post touched us all as a small group of All Heart Fund supporters have gathered together today for a Thanksgiving celebration! The special things you describe so beautifully, identify all that we love about our Londolozi visits and Londolozi family. Thank you you for reminding us of all the things that we are thankful for in our lives every day! As we celebrate Thanksgiving in the US, we feel so lucky to give thanks to all of you for the special place you reside in our hearts!

Thank you Michael and Terri!! You hold a special place in our hearts too and we’re thankful for all the guests that have become family. Well done again on the success of Safari Sarasota 2017. Keep an eye out for a blog coming out on it in the next few days.

I’m thankfull for the knowledge that my father has been able to convey with his immense culture; for the love that my mother has been able to given me for all his life and that I feel even now that she is not anymore; for the memory of the travel to South Africa where we were together.

Beautiful Vittorianna!

I am thankful for my incredibly hard-working wife of 25 years, Vivian Taylor. The continuing success of her business allows us to travel to South Africa for an increasingly longer time each year . . . with, of course, time at Londolozi.

Where my heart lives!

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Beautiful post Amy. Each “gratitude” is powerful and inspiring.

Amy, your blogs are just terrific. So uplifting. Thanks!

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