Highgate House, A Sundial Venue
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... settled in Virginia. In 1732, John's great grandson, George was born. He went on to become the first President of the United States.
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... known as 'The Hiker's Hiker' and sometimes as 'The Boozer's Boozer'. But more often than not, known as that bloke who's fallen over either through booze or boulders!!! The third man is Tim Horan......or was the Third Man actually Harry Lime???? Anyway, there's Tim, the man who has a gizmo for everything, which is really handy if you actually need a gizmo for anything!
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... to begin the journey to Northampton, thinking we might stop before we actually got there. The thought of doing 17 locks in this heat was a bit daunting but we donned sunhats and sun screen and drank lots of water and set off. We stopped at the facilities at Gayton and did everything we needed to then went off to the marina to get a river licence then finally made a start on the locks. The first 13 locks are within ...
... on the ground. These thrushes are mainly winter visitors to the UK (they breed in small numbers in the north) and they tend to be very mobile, roving around the country looking for suitable food sources. We saw them in large numbers during the cold snap in January, often accompanied by Fieldfares, a larger thrush with similar habits but numbers seem to have decreased dramatically since then. They’re also quite tricky to photograph, spending most of their ...
... swamps, patches of forest and fertile green countryside. As
we travel through Uganda, we’ll pass through a number of small towns and villages; Mpigi, where you will see roadside stalls
manufacturing and selling traditional musical instruments; Kyazanga, where we can buy fresh rotisserie and roasted meat and
vegetables, as well as roasted plantain bananas. We will also be able to make a photo stop where our route crosses the
Equator. The Virunga range of ...