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Sam Burnell

Wellness Therapist

Sam was born in Cape Town and is passionate about integrative bodywork therapies and healing concepts. Following two years of studies in Therapeutic Reflexology and Meridian therapy in Cape Town, she spent a year in SE Asia deepening her personal yoga practice, exploring ...

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on Londolozi: Africa’s Disney World

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Lovely blog Sam. Nature is truly spectacular. It is those special moments that make it so much better than what any man made structures ever can. We often go on camping trips in Kruger and get ask the same question.”Is it not boring driving around doing the same thing everyday?” It is never boring being in nature. Each day is a different experience.

Sam Burnell
Wellness Therapist

Thanks Marinda ! Absolutely right 🙂

Good stuff Sam. I live in Florida and of course visited Disney World many times. However the wonders of the South African Bush and my time at Londolozi blows away the “man made” attractions at Disney

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Digital Tracker

Nature gifts us with her own harmonious tranquility.

Denise Vouri
Master Tracker

Your blog was inspiring and I have but one question- can a non yoga practitioner find some balance and comfortable stretching in your beautiful deck?

Sam Burnell
Wellness Therapist

Absolutely Denise ! We create classes that accommodate all levels 🙂

Gregg Higgs
Explorer

After reading today’s blog Jo Ann said we really missed something by not going to the yoga deck on our trip. We will definitely make it part of our day during our next visit to Londolozi!

Judith Guffey
Senior Digital Ranger

Londolozi has been my Disneyland since 1982….my first visit. I long to be there every day!

Wendy Hawkins
Senior Digital Ranger

Oh Sam that was so beautiful & I would have the bush any day rather than Disney World! Your description of the sounds & sights I could feel I was right there & not in my home in the suburbs!! Thank you & never get bored

Suzanne Gibson
Guest contributor

Sam, I’m so sorry I’ve only just found this lovely blog; I was going through the October archives. Beautifully written and very moving. I hope to see you for more yoga sessions next year if you’re around. (1st week of September).

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