A London-based journalist writes for The Guardian, Sunday Times, the Independent, Harper’s Bazaar, Condé Nast Traveller, Marie Claire and Billionaire.com. Has volunteered at sanctuaries around the world, from tending big cats and baboons in Namibia to wild horses in Nevada, that have inspired fea...
On a remote nature reserve in Kenya, an Anglo-African family is helping preserve local wildlife by living alongside it-and inviting guests to do the same. Saba Douglas-Hamilton and I were sitting beneath the acacia trees beside her lodge in the Kenyan bush, talking about how, while filming in a dried-up riverbank, she narrowly escaped being crushed by an enraged elephant.
I'd always wished my parents were normal, that my dad would go to work and my mom would stay home and cook. I craved stability and wanted the perfect Brady Bunch family. When I look back I'm glad they got divorced when I was a baby.