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James Tyrrell


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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This is funny. Remember vaguely something about the castor oil bottle when I grew up. Can’t quite remember if it was for being naughty, swearing or just a tummy ache. Colmans mustard taste great on cold meats but eating a tablespoon just like that. Terrible.

What a brilliant way to separate rangers from phones in the spirit of camaraderie …. knowing the potency of Colman’s Hot English mustard, to ingest a spoonful could ruin one’s tastebuds for hours. Great reporting from Base Londolozi!!

Would love to visit here one day.

Good rule. James post a picture of you wearing the Pink Pouch I read about some time ago

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the advantage of being Flemish and understand Afrikaans !

What a novel way to keep the peace!! Fun but effective! Victoria

This should be the order of the day in restaurants!

Ah, a lovely tradition, as in the lovely pink pouch. I am always amused and entertained by how you all manage to keep it all in perspective with a dash of good fun while keeping all the guests totally unaware it is ongoing until MUCH later. I love everything about Londolozi and can’t wait for the next go around. But, could we not enjoy some of that lovely mustard on a sandwich or during a sundowner, perhaps? Cheers!!


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