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Today was a lot better then yesterday.We went swimming in the hotels pool. It was good because the water wasn't freezing cold but not hot. It was a good way to escape the heat of Dubai. We also went to the Mall of the Emirates. In the mall there's a snow field but we ...
So for the last week I haven't done to much. I've just chilled and relaxed. Walking Arnold some days, sleeping in, reading and watching tv. I got the bus in to Northampton yesterday and had a look around the shops for a couple of hours and had lunch in a little English pub. There is not much to see in town or around this area but it's nice to catch up with friends and have a relax for a while. Today I meet up with Joe who I meet ...
... and leave with a sackful of malaria tablets.
Three further trips took place to the clinic and all injections were completed. We moaned about the cost, the inconvenience of travelling to the clinic and the unfairness of Sue's Japanese Encephalitis booster not being available. We decided, over a pint, that we would accept that that was the cost these days and we were smugly pleased that we had all the protection that we required.
A few ...
and the warm glow of our campfire makes for unforgettable camping experiences.Our first stop in the amazing country is at
one of Africa’s most sensational natural features, Fish River Canyon. We stop here for a couple of hours to take in the
awesome scenery. A one day drive takes us to the Namib-Naukluft Park, a vast expanse of desert which contains some of the
highest sand dunes in the world. At Sossusvlei we stop and explore the area and the ...
... Hep A, typhoid and Yellow fever booked for the Monday and Tuesday I get back.