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Welcome to my travelling blog. If anyone is at all interested this can be a quick and easy way to update lots of different people all at once so enjoy if you fancy some bedtime reading! So I've had my last weekend at home. It's been emotional of course ;) and I'm starting to really realise the big trip is fast approaching. About time! I've had my first practise pack...it was beneficial I promise...and I'm considering doing another JUST to check ...
... in the centre of town then moved off through one lock and found that the moorings at Midsummer meadow were vacant. So here we are. It is a lovely spot and we have made the most of it this evening just chilling (metaphorically speaking) out.
The River Nene has been described as the perfect river for the boating enthusiast, as its gentle current makes it generally safe and easy to navigate. The river ...
... Every boat that crosses this summit, draws off that huge amount of water.
Our two dear friends, Nick and Dee are working on their boat this weekend a few miles further down the canal and drove up to meet us and we had a lovely catch up over lunch at the Angler's Retreat pub which does really good food at a very reasonable price. We hope to give them a wave as we go past tomorrow as we go through Ivinghoe locks.
... Gull and Smew there, any of which would do for our 'new bird a week’ goal so this was our next location. There’s a causeway across the lake that is walled an covered with vegetation to the extent that the water can barely be seen as you cross it, and a small car park on the east side of the causeway. Time to try out my new telescope. I was getting some quite nice results from the fairly low numbers of birds on the water. We quickly ...
... onto Lake Bunyoni in canoes and visit some of the nearby islands - or hire mountain bikes to visit
nearby villages & schools. From Rwanda there will also be an opportunity to visit the genocide memorial in Kigali, which is
a moving and humbling experience
We then return towards Kampala and camp near Jinja - Uganda’s adventure playground. Here, on the edge of Lake Victoria,
the Nile begins its 6700km journey to the sea. We spend the next few days at Bujagali ...