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Travel Journal: Kathy Moyse

Now retired, Kathy Moyse and her husband were still working as a teacher and barrister in London when they had their first Africa Exclusive adventure with their young daughter. Since a seasoned safari-goer, Kathy takes us into the wilds of Africa as she looks back on African adventures with her family.
Safari guests on the boma at sunset at Chief's Camp.

Kathy and her family watching the sunset at Chief's Camp

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Family of cheetah in the grass.

A coalition of cheetah in Kenya by Kenya

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Kathy's photo taken at Chief's Camp

Elephants in front of Chief's camp

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Sunset view from Three Trees

Sunset view from Three Trees

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Although well-travelled, it was our first experience of Africa and it was brilliant seeing our wish list realised with all the moving parts in the right order. Used to unpredictable happenings in the Caribbean, the efficiency was a revelation.

Highlights were Three Tree Hill Lodge in the shadow of Spionkop, our first sighting of cheetahs near Chief’s Camp in Botswana and our guided tour of Soweto - very emotional to be in the birthplace of South African democracy.
Kathy's photo of two lionesses dipping into the water

Kathy's photo of two lionesses dipping into the water

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Safari guest tent deck at Little Kwara.

Deck view at Little Kwara

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Game drive drinks stop at Little Kwara.

Sundownder on a game drive at Little Kwara

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Sunset drinks on a boat from Little Kwara.

Sunset boat ride in the Okavango

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In July 2007 and 2009 we returned to find Botswana in winter, even more beguiling due in no small part to Little Kwara, our billet on both trips: Sundowners at the hippo pool; paddling a mokoro (the only sound the water running under the hull); seeing lions tentatively wading through the floods like so many pussy cats and watching the sunrise over breakfast as the full moon set over the previous night’s boma.
Light aircraft flight over sand dunes at Skeleton Coast in Namibia.

Light aircraft flight over sand dunes at Skeleton Coast in Namibia

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Deck view at Kulala Desert Lodge.

Deck view at Kulala Desert Lodge

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Starry sky over Kulala Desert Lodge in Namibia.

Starry sky over Kulala Desert Lodge in Namibia

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But then we went to Namibia. Wild, spiritual…and empty. Our guide Tim was exceptional. So many stunning memories: dawn at Sossusvlei; sleeping under the cold stars on the roof at Kulala Desert Lodge; a kamikaze flight over the Skeleton Coast; Hobatere with romance of Kenya.

And the high point - Okaukuejo - when a night time trip to the loo meant hours gazing out over the floodlit waterhole frequented by forty elephants, giraffes (and a cheeky jackal) a stone’s throw away.
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Kathy and her family enjoying a refreshment on safari

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Mokoro poler in front of Sanctuary Chiefs Camp.

Mokoro gliding through the delta by Kathy

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Kathy's family on a walking safari

Kathy's family on a walking safari

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Giraffe drinking at Little Kwara.

Giraffe drinking at Little Kwara

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Africa Exclusive opened our eyes to a continent, to really consultative and knowledgeable planning and pain free, varied travel. I have been to Africa now on almost a dozen occasions and, as I write this, I can still hear the Soweto township choir under a rising moon in Stellenbosch.

Kathy Moyse
Safari guests on a walking safari.
Safari guests on a walking safari.
 
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Serengeti Safari Camp guest silhouette at sundown
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