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Since I haven't written on here in a while (I have been busy traveling in France!), I'm going to combine a few destinations that I have been in one post.
Fran took me shopping in Northampton! I have been informed that since I live in England now, I need to have rain boots. Even though it rains occasionally back at home, I usually can get by without owning a pair of rain boots. OH YEAH they are called Wellies here, not rain boots!
To avoid the long drive to the airport during rush hour we stayed at the Northampton Travelodge overnight. We ate at the Wig & Pen pub where we had the charcuterie platter and the deep fried anchovies with chilli that were both excellent and an assortment of pies with mash or fish and chips, dependent upon who you were, which were pretty good too, although we didn't finish any because the starters were so ...
... to spend the afternoon on the Chobe River - a less intrusive way to view game and wildlife - as well as the
Namibian frontier across the river.
Crossing into Zimbabwe - we stop for several days at one of the adventure playgrounds of the world - Victoria Falls. For
some, Mosi oa Tunya - The Smoke That Thunders, is the highlight of their African safari. From the main road, in the bush
20kms away, a cloud of mist and spray can be seen against the blue sky. As you ...
... realised that (with exception of the Ashes cricket matches in Australia where every replica shirt imaginable was on show) other than the one Rammie has adorned every single day we have not seen one single person sporting a Derby County shirt! Tim is gutted.
So no more rambling, everyone has read enough of our exploits. We are about to embark on a new adventure more excited than ever and hoping and praying whether boy or girl baby Carlier loves to ...
... a chance we may have to take the other route, via the Oxford, Coventry and Trent & Mersey Canals. This second route is 22 miles longer, but has 18 less locks, so the extra journey time would only be about 2 or 3 hours. We don’t need to make the decision until Wednesday evening, when we reach Norton Junction. Gospel Belle and Trinity are at Blisworth, 2 days ahead of us.
So next week we could be in Leicester, or somewhere like Tamworth / Fazeley. Watch this ...