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Northampton is a great place to live. No really, it is! I mean, we've got a clown, we’ve got a theme song – clearly we have a lot going on here. But by far the best part about this town is NMPAT. Some of you may be rolling your eyes already, but I have a point, I promise! Sometimes it takes an outsider’s perspective to help you see the value in things. From the moment I ...
... to argue with the pharmacist that Malarone does treat Malaria and please can i just have 12 tablets thank you SO much. I did not want to check that i had packed my bag properly for the very last time. I simply wanted my head to stop pounding and maybe to have a bit of sick. However this was not to be. With a sore head and with bad grace i made the final preparations for The ...
... off for a walk to The Boat, which is Pete & Liz's favourite local pub, on the canal. We walked past a heap of long canal boats all tide up, which Pete said they were either doing their shopping in town or at the Pub. The walk was quite brisk as the temp was 0 degrees and you could see ice in places on the canal. The Boat was terrific, typical English pub, we had a couple of pints of English ale and the girls had a ...
... and annoying the land owners.
There were lots of owls here before Christmas with over 20 being recorded on many days. They are almost certainly all continental birds from Scandinavia etc. and might even have included one or more of the birds that we were lucky enough to see coming in off the North Sea in Norfolk back in October but numbers are much reduced now and 4-8 are normally reported.
Our first sighting was just of the track at the ...
... the two Niles
are also an interesting ways to pass the time.
The ancient Pyramids at Meroe lie to the north of the capital Khartoum. Our drive across the Nubian Desert will see us either
hugging the banks of Nile as it snakes its way north or possibly experiencing the vast open desert plains which is dissected by the main train line from Khartoum - making this our only real point of reference. Whether passing through sleepy Nubian
villages ,resting in tea ...