A British banking woman gave up her job and decided to move out of her own volition and desire to live with her family in the depths of the forest.
The exciting experience began with Samantha Dwyerst when she was a little girl, and she wanted to become a veterinarian.
When she was 10 years old, she adjusted her ambition to live in Africa and run a chimpanzee rehabilitation center.
Today, Samantha lives with her Scottish husband in the jungle sins of South Africa with their daughter Sophia, where they run a baboon monkey rehabilitation center. The beautiful family home is an hour’s drive from the nearest city, crossing the prairies of giraffes and elephants in Impala. Open Next Page To Continue Reading…