|Ntombi and I.|
It comes with a sense of sadness to bid farewell to you all and inform you that I will be leaving my position at Epic Enabled and Epic Guest House, on Friday 29th of April, to begin a new chapter. I am heading off to England to take on an adventure and explore the wonders of Europe and beyond. After having developed a passion for raising awareness and learning about disabilities and accessibility, since working for Epic from January 2015, I am booked for training to learn about the skills needed for caring for both the elderly and people with disabilities.
Having truly enjoyed working for this wonderful company, I can honestly say it changed my life for the better and has been the best working experience. I am thankful for having been given the opportunity to enhance my writing skills and learn about wildlife and disabilities. I’ve had the chance to interview great people and to gain another perspective for life. Great friends were made and I was lucky to experience the adventure of a lifetime on an accessible safari. It’s been a wonderful experience writing blogs and keeping the social media sites updated, meeting guests who arrive at Epic Guest House and learning about accessible travel, spending time with the dogs and getting to know the team at Epic. Memories have been made that will never be forgotten and forever treasured.
I strongly believe that all future clients will have an incredible adventure with any tours taken with Epic Enabled. I will miss all the interactions with everyone and if you would like to stay in contact, please contact Epic Enabled who will forward your details on to me. Wishing the company all the very best and every success in all future undertakings. A heartfelt thank you to everyone at Epic and you all, including the animals, will be deeply missed.
Every ending has a new beginning.