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... a little train station too, which runs down to the southern end of the Lake District , and a ferry port which takes you back up to Bowness. Sat and had lunch in the station cafe, sausage rolls all round pretty much! Went in the aquarium after lunch which was really nice! Looked on the small side initially but perfect size really. Lots if fish but also frogs, snakes, ants etc - a wide variety. They had ...
After months of walking all over the place it was time to meet and see if I could keep up with seasoned Macmillan walkers in the Lake District. We walked the Fairfield Horseshoe which is an incredible walk. I had such a good time with lovely people and now can't wait to tackle the Himalayas! Nepal here I come! ...
8. You can never have enough plastic bags.
9. I'm proud to be from the UK.
It's not perfect but we all have access to clean water, free education, free healthcare and in an emergency, someone will come to help you. We can speak and travel freely and we are wealthy, even by comparison to most of the western world.
These are things I've been reminded I should be thankful for.
10. Home is where the heart is
Today (Saturday) we're having a day off and spending it at the Speke Resort in Kampala. It's a very smart place on the shores of Lake Victoria and has a large swimming pool.
Juliet was about to apply her sun cream when we noticed that what she thought was sun cream was actually Spanish hairspray. She had been using it all day yesterday at Sanga and wondered why it had not been very effective!
Quiet day, just us. The four of us went for a walk along the seafront in the morning, it was very cold and windy. Marni, wanted to wear her sparkly skipping shoes. What to do? We went with it, if it gets her on her feet, who are we to push for the winter boots that will keep her feet warm? So two pairs of sock and sparkly skipping shoes it was. First event was a puddle which had iced over and then we had to stop at the railway crossing. The train ...