Holiday Inn Northampton
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So with less than 72 hours before I start my Adventure volunteering to Africa I need to Pack , Im not one for packing light and almost always take to many things , I do take the kitchen sink, and ive learnt from experience that you will almost certainly not wear a different outfit every day!!
So with a luggage allowance of 46 kilograms spread over two suitcases I thought why not take every piece of clothing I own then I remembered I will be washing my clothes in a bucket ...
... the darkest house I have been to during my time in the UK. That, combined with not using a flash, made getting pictures challenging! Getting to see this incredible collection was exciting. There were beautiful paintings, furniture, an extensive collection of Sevres porcelain, lace, books, European porcelain from the 1400s, even a collection of buttons. The gardens were beautiful and visiting the aviary was fun.
When I drove back to Luton, I ...
... flew the length of the lake and disappeared towards the south.
There are two possibilities, either a 2nd year Common Gull (gulls take up to four years to reach maturity and pass through a number of plumage phases in that period or a near-adult non-breeding plumage Ring-billed Gull. The former bird is fairly easy to see in Northants at this time of year; the latter would be quite a rarity. Had we had the chance to look at it through the ...
... a couple of days in the capital Addis Ababa where we have the chance to indulge in some authentic Ethiopian
coffee or explore ’El Mercato’ - one of East Africa’s largest open air markets. We also spend the next few days organizing
our Sudanese and Egyptian visas - before heading onto Bahir Dar via the spectacular Blue Nile Gorge & Falls. Based on the
southern edge of Lake Tana - you can organise boat trips to some of the small islands which have ...