Premier Inn Northampton Great Billing / A45
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... new pair of walking shoes. The first pair have done a lot of walking in the past 5 months (bugger me I've been traveling for that long wow). Finally getting the bus back out to Wootton. Having a lie down for an hour I wake to the smell of a roast cooking. God how I love home cooked meals. Hitting the sack ...
... going to follow. ''Five months? How do you cope? Where do you stay? How do you manage being two women on your own? Very often they add, 'Oh you are so brave.' 'No, no,' we say. 'Bravery is attempting to do the shopping on Christmas Eve in one of our major supermarkets.'
Anyway, on with the consultation and she looks at our booklets and we brace ourselves for the news.
'Well Sue you seem not to need much this time - just a booster for ...
... s regular haunts when she lived in Northampton was “The Racecourse” pub which was on our route to the Balti Chef which was our chosen curry house for the night so we popped in for a look for old times’ sake.
The place has probably declined a bit in the 20 intervening years. The music was loud but not very good and there was a band thrashing out some death metal or something similar in a back room to an audience of three (possibly their mums). As we ...
... br> work these hours, so at Oasis we are realistic that within a trip there will be times when our crew need ’down time’ and a
chance to relax and ’let their hair down’ as well. They are only human!
Oasis uses roomy three-person tents but only for two people. They are specially made for us to meet the tougher conditions of
this expedition and have mosquito netting sewn into the door and windows. It would also be a good idea ...
... and going backwards as fast as we could. The wind again caught the bows and we blew round to face the other way! We went downstream a little further to where there were no boats, and turned into the wind to face upstream once again. At Brownshill Lock there was another lock queue, with five narrowboats, and three cruisers all waiting. Balmaha was one of the boats and he said he had taken photos of some of our antics at the pontoon.