My aim is to travel to a new country every year and so far I've built up a precious bank of memories from all over the world. From trekking in search of gorillas in Rwanda to admiring the sunrise over Machu Picchu and spotting geishas in Japan, I’m always planning my next adventure. Despite the wonderful things I've seen elsewhere though, it’s Africa that keeps drawing me back.
My first African adventure to Kenya sparked a lifetime love for the continent, a love which has seen me travel to Namibia, Rwanda, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi and South Africa. Having spent a year working in a school and in safari lodges across Malawi, I returned to London to work for Telegraph Travel before joining the Audley team.
As a South Africa specialist I'm still constantly surprised by its diversity and love sharing my insight with others.
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I'll never forget when…
On an afternoon safari in Shamwari in the Eastern Cape, an adolescent lion who had eyes slightly bigger than his stomach, thought he could take on a herd of buffalo. Seeing him try to camouflage himself in the grass made for a comical sight as, unbeknown to him, he had already been spotted by the 20-strong buffalo herd. As our ranger predicted, the buffalo chased him away, turning his confident self into a mere kitten and for half an hour, the game of cat and mouse continued until, with his tail between his legs, he retreated like a naughty child who had been sent to bed early.