THE ADDRESS Magazine Summer 2014 - Page 381

Photo: Anisha Shah monitored around the clock against poachers. Cheetahs are easily identifiable, taking up residence atop mounds and small hills, to gain the best view to hunt prey. A curious Cheetah, Mallaika, jumps onto the roof of our jeep to get the best possible view, in turn providing me with the best view of her striking markings. One evening, heading back to camp, the Jeep breaks down. Our guide uses this as the perfect chance to enjoy sunset drinks and snacks in the bush, whilst waiting for our rescue. Seeing distant silhouettes of tall giraffe graciously wade across the glowing setting sun at dusk is magical. Nothing has the power to instil a deeper respect for wildlife than an African safari. Mozambique A lost Halcyon paradise If I were to