Hotel Campanile Northampton
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... I did the walk up to and including the treetop walk. It was interesting seeing so many deciduous trees, and hearing different birds, but no squirrels. The views up the top were incredible, we could see right back to Northampton. When we got back to the cafe I took Mum on the walk. We then had a well earned bite to eat before heading home to pack. Tonight we moved on to Susie and Paul's place in Burton Latimer. We had a lovely meal of real English Fish And Chips, even with a curry ...
... was cancelled due to unexpected staff cuts. So we jumped the next one and arrived at Northampton station at 4pm to be greeted by a wonderful vision - it's was Linda, Tony was parking the car.
Was I ever so grateful that I posted my souvenirs home in Dijon even though due to the language barrier and my parcel was sent airmail not surface but would of added many more kilos to drag around to Euston station.
... Avril wanted to show me the Royal Theatre, where she's a steward, so we walked over and went inside the building to see if we could get in. Apparently, it's a prime example of a Victorian theatre, but unfortunately, we were unable to get into the actual theatre because a set was being built for Wednesday night's production.
As we were walking back to the car, we noticed a well-dressed man running up the hill towards us. He passed us and we kept going, but ...
... on a beautiful
Indian Ocean beach. From here most people take the ferry out to Zanzibar for the full four days and venture into the narrow
bustling streets of Stone Town and its famous spice markets, old slave forts and dungeons. There is also time to relax on
Zanzibar’s famous white beaches , scuba dive or snorkel and swim with dolphins!
Days 50 to 56
After leaving Dar Es Salaam we pass a number of small towns and villages along the way and, if ...
... and most of the water had drained away. So we started to let water down from the top lock for about 40 minutes. I switched our engine off and did jobs while we waited in the lock. Eventually we managed to get going again and then had to work our way around a fallen tree. The end of the Northampton Arm is also badly in need of some work. The water is thick with weed and ...