Lucy first got bitten by the travel bug on a school-based trip to South Africa when she was 16. This experience led to travels in countries throughout Africa, North America, Southeast Asia and South America. Some of her best experiences to date include scuba diving in Colombia, elephant riding in Thailand, seeing the gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda and experiencing the power of Angel Falls in Venezuela.
Since joining Audley she has marvelled at the skyscrapers of Dubai; explored the deserts and souks Oman; has been on safari in South Africa; relaxed on the picturesque beaches of Mauritius; and eaten incredible street food in Malaysia.
When she isn’t working, Lucy enjoys yoga and making food which has been inspired by her travels.
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I'll never forget when…
As someone who is a huge animal lover there is no better way to observe the lions than on safari in the heart of Sabi Sands in South Africa. Within minutes of going out we came upon an open clearing with a single tree in the middle. On the nearest side of the tree was a rhino, enjoying his evening meal of grass. But as we got closer we noticed a lion on the other side, sheltering in its shade. All of us, including our safari guide, were amazed; two creatures who are normally enemies were in such close proximity but neither seem fazed by the other. After a while the lion and the rhino made their way down to the nearby waterhole to drink. Here, there was a brief standoff for territory before the lion gave in and moved off.