Holiday Inn Express Northampton M1, Jct 15
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... here for my job interview back in 2011, I knew there was something about this organization that felt like home. I felt welcome here, like I already belonged and as if I’d been here before. And that’s not just because of the building, but because of the people in it - their values, their ideas, and what they stood for. CYO is a little microcosm of that. Here you have this large group ...
... like we might be rushing back early in the New Year. However Alexa decided on 20th December, the day before Auntie Julie's own birthday that she wanted to be around for Christmas so our plan worked out quite well after all.
We also had time to have a quick look on Pitsford Reservoir for some Smew, a species small duck related to Goosanders and Mergansers, the males of which are predominantly white with some racy black ...
... Julie and the window down without scaring the bird away and Julie got a couple of decent shots. A Barn Owl was quartering a field perhaps half a mile away, much too far for a photo.
After parking we followed the bridleway in the direction of Blueberry Farm and quickly realised that we were in the same area that we had approached from the other direction on other visits. Within minutes we saw a Short-eared Owl flying across the field away from us which ...
... Sudanese people alike. We rejoin our expedition vehicle which has
travelled on a separate barge and make our way to Aswan. Here you will notice you will notice one of the many cultural
changes on this trip - the darker Nubian people in Aswan lead a more relaxed and less hectic pace of life than their Egyptian
countrymen. We base ourselves here for the next 3 or 4 days to finalise in which time you can join a 2 or 3 day felucca boat
cruise to Edfu and Kom Ombo. ...
... working until 1941. It is only open at weekends, so we couldn’t visit. We paused for lunch at a GOBA mooring a little further on. The Lazy Otter pub is mentioned in the Imray guide as having overnight mooring, meals and a water tap. When we got there, there was a sign saying no boats over 35ft. As we are 55ft, we carried on past! A marina further on still, called Twenty Pence marina, looked impenetrable by narrow boat. We ended up mooring ...