Northampton Marriott Hotel
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Northampton is a great place to live. No really, it is! I mean, we've got a clown, we’ve got a theme song – clearly we have a lot going on here. But by far the best part about this town is NMPAT. Some of you may be rolling your eyes already, but I have a point, I promise! Sometimes it takes an outsider’s perspective to help you see the value in things. From the moment I ...
... to buy some drinks and food in the pub. I can honestly say that we carried out our side of the bargain with gusto. Before we ate we wandered down the Grand Union Canal and looked at the narrow boats. It all looks very relaxing and we look forward to getting a full report on Uell and Jean's recent canal trip tomorrow evening when we visit. But first, tomorrow morning the enigma that is the Bletchley Park Museum. Mileage ...
Well, only 4 days to go - what can go wrong today! Last night lights in the bar below fused, electric wire under top floorboard wore through. Had to lift the newly laid carpets to find it. Wednesday night we managed to lock ourselves out of the flat so had to kip in 21 - bed, quilt and pillows but no sheets and a strong smell of paint - when will we ever ...
... a field under crops that Julie spotted as we were driving by. As the bird was on the passenger’s side and the camera was in the boot, anyone watching would have been treated to the sight of me slinking out of the driver’s door and crouching along the side of the car to open the boot and retrieve the Canon without the owl spotting me. I’m sure that if owls could laugh this one would have been hysterical. Nonetheless I managed to get the camera ...
... around the local souqs or experiencing total isolation in the middle of the desert - a
unique experience awaits you along this not so travelled route to Wadi Halfa.
Days 102 to 108
Upon reaching Lake Nasser and the port of Wadi Halfa in Northern Sudan, we board the ferry to Egypt - our ultimate
destination on our expedition. The ferry takes about a day and a night and is a supremely relaxing way to travel, and a great
opportunity to mix and chat to local ...