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... at this church. We then went across the street to the graveyard where we saw (and photographed) the grave of Sheila's 2 time great grandfathers brother. Even for a non-ancestry guy like me, this made an impression.
Then off to see the estate that Sheila's great great grandfather worked at for one of the noblemen of the time. It is still being used, ...
Sunday the 22nd of
September – today I have
caught up with my log for the first time since Tuesday – not an
easy task the day after a wedding, but a good one to have behind me.
breakfast earlier and it is now midday – many of the wedding guests
will join Craig and Ali here for lunch before they leave for their
Maldives honeymoon. We are staying here another night and going to
... was cancelled due to unexpected staff cuts. So we jumped the next one and arrived at Northampton station at 4pm to be greeted by a wonderful vision - it's was Linda, Tony was parking the car.
Was I ever so grateful that I posted my souvenirs home in Dijon even though due to the language barrier and my parcel was sent airmail not surface but would of added many more kilos to drag around to Euston station.
... Couples can have civil wedding ceremonies here, and I can definitely see the appeal of taking pictures inside and outside this building, especially on the stairs under the main entrance. Inside, a group from the University of Northampton was setting up for an event in the Great Hall, but we snuck inside to look around, and of course, take pictures.
After leaving the Guildhall, we stepped back outside into the chilly air (the sun had forsaken us today) and I put ...
... this sleepy village whilst strolling through the village market.
Days 35 to 42
Heading north via Harare - we cross the border into Mozambique. We follow the infamous ’Tete Corridor’ which was well
known in the days of Mozambique’s long running civil war as the ’Gun Run’. Thankfully these days things are a lot different!
We continue on to the capital Lilongwe in the south of the country where we stop for two nights. This will ...
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed