Northampton Marriott Hotel
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... needing a different bikini to wear every day ! I have to keep reminding myself that I am not going to Ghana for a Holiday to be a tourist and lay on the beach drinking cocktails all day ! I am in fact going to be working for free ,too volunteer and experience life as I have never imagained !
It will be hardwork I really dont know what to expect but I really hope rewarding the chance to hopefully change at least one persons life even if only for a short time .
two before being joined for a pub meal with as many of the guests who
could manage it. I thought Ali had arrived early in the evening but
it was her twin, Catherine who was there with her husband John. It
made us very happy to see how very happy Craig and Ali are together
and to see how they value and are valued by friends and family. A
great relief for a parent.
Saturday the 21st of
September – the wedding day
... friends will never allow me to forget. Luckily i wont be here for 7 months so with any luck cufflinkgate may have died down by then.
With the drink (GoldLabel/Stella-smiths mix/suspicious yet delicious cocktail/super strong German digestive) drunk, celebratory "is this supposed to be frozen" cake eaten and Nasal had chatted up both parents, we set off into town. ...
... eared Owls at Maidwell which we almost had to pass on the way and the sun was shining so the chance of some good photographs of these exquisite creatures proved too much of a draw.
On our visits last year we arrived at the area via the road from Maidwell to Blueberry Farm http://cwr.naturalengland.org.uk/Defaul t.aspx?Module=CountryWalkDetails&Si te=6071 but we had read that there was better access through the village of Hanging Houghton along ...
... of dedicated priests who
guard their precious religious and artistic artifacts. The border with Sudan is not far from Gondar and the first towns after the
border are Gedaref & Wadi Medani.
Days 95 to 101
The hospitality in Sudan can be surprising - but very genuine. For such a poor country with so many recent problems -
Sudanese people are often too willing to invite you for a meal or a cup of ’Sudanese whisky’ - better known as tea! ...