A host of British comedy luminaries - including veteran farceur Sir Brian Rix and, in his last film role, actor and stand-up comedian Ronald Shiner - star in this good-natured comic caper charting the misadventures of a hapless bunch of Brighton-based petty crooks dogged by disaster at every turn. The Night We Got the Bird is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. It's a set-up of craft and graft. 'Chippendale Charlie' forges the antiques; Cecil Gibson flogs 'em. There's only one flaw in the fiddle: they've no-one to shoulder the blame if things go wrong. No-one, that is, until gormless Bertie, the perfect idiot, joins the firm... SPECIAL FEATURES:  Image Gallery  Original Pressbook PDF
The 8 days art & craft villages of Gujarat tour will begin in Ahmedabad. The desert lands, historic cities & native cultures will melt your heart. Visit the heritage city Ahmadabad, magnificent Rani ki Vav step-well & sun-temple of Modhera, then bird-watching at Little Rann of Kutch. Drive to Bhuj, visit the colourful tribal villages and learn textile and craft making technique. Private car with accompanied English speaking guide will ensure you are fully soak in all the history you had hoped.
The stop at the Equator for the water experience to see the difference between the southern hemisphere and the northern hemisphere, then visit some craft markets in case you need to buy any souvenir. That morning game drive through the Park. This will give you an opportunity to spot various animals such as buffaloes, antelopes, zebras, hyenas, hippos, and also different bird species near the lake. and ofcourse the Boat cruise on Lake Mburo will be the highliht of this amazing brief Safari
This is a very informative and enjoyable tour. There is a lot of sightseeing and history which is attached to this tour. There is interesting bird and plant life and amazing wild life.This tour takes the travelers through several blue flag beaches, interesting photo stops and fun along the way. Not to mention the food and colonial Dutch architecture. Travelers are also taken to one of the very few places in the world which has been declared to have the freshest air.There is amazing art and craft along the way and valuable ostrich products. Not to mention several sites for ship wrecks and hiking trails. There are tidal pools and much more.
In this series Television's original survivalist, Ray Mears takes us on an incredible journey, travelling the length and breadth of Great Britain, with each episode themed around a different habitat to discover some of the varied landscapes and fascinating wildlife that these islands have to offer. From the dramatic heather moorlands of the Peak District, to the beautiful North Norfolk Shingle Shore and the quintessentially British Hay meadow, Ray reveals the hidden world that lives just beyond our doorstep. Sharing his knowledge of field, craft and passion for British wildlife, Ray shows us how to decode the landscape.Deciduous Forest: The Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire is one of the few remaining ancient forests in England. It's Spring and the forest floor is carpeted with bluebells and Ray's favourite woodland creature - the hazel dormouse - is emerging from hibernationShingle Shore: Britain's bird-watching capital the beautiful North Norfolk coast where Ray explores the shingle spit that attracts grey and common seals, nesting sand martins and natterjack toadsBreckland: One of the country's least known habitats 'The Breckland' in East Anglia - home of the rare Stone CurlewHeather Moorlands And Uplands: One of the best-loved spectacles in the British countryside - the mighty Peak District - where Ray discovers short-eared owls and great-crested newtsWetlands: Ray travels to the beautiful Somerset Levels to explore the atmospheric waterways that are home to otters and an important breeding ground for heronsHaymeadow: Ray visits the quintessential British habitat - the beautiful hay meadow. Ray reveals the vital link between this precious habitat and some of our most glorious wildlife from bees to Barn owls
For those who are pressed for time who wish to familiarize themselves with the Rwandan capital, our half day city tour is a perfect addition to your Rwanda trip. Learn more about Rwanda's history at the Historic Museum, visit a bustling craft market, dine at the famous 'Hotel Rwanda', and visit the heart-wrenching Genocide Memorial. Also this tour will cover Akagera national park which is located in Eastern Rwanda on the border with Tanzania. Akagera national park is a the only Savannah park in Rwanda and is home to several mammal species including Lions, Elephants, Giraffes, Hippos, Kobs, Zebras, Bushbucks, Waterbucks and most recently Black Rhinos have been introduces from South Africa, making Akagera national park officially a big 5 park like it was many years ago. It is also home to numerous bird species in the several habitats which include woodland, swamps, lakes and Savannah.
Start your tour to Jinja, setting off from Kampala early Morning and pass by the Sezibwa falls. This is one of the Buganda cultural heritage sites and you can enjoy rock climbing as well. Continue the journey to Jinja, passing through the Mabira forest. This is Uganda’s biggest natural forest with quite a good number of bird species, primates & trees. You will get to enjoy a forest walk or an optional activity like Zip lining. Reaching Jinja town, it has a number of craft shops, buildings and industries. You will also visit the source of the Nile to see where it starts. Other optional activities you can do include quad biking to the nearby villages, horse riding along the banks of the Nile.The Nile rafting experience takes a full or half day. You will enjoy getting soaked wet on the grade 3 and grade 5 trips on the Nile River. Great photography & Videography during the rafting process is provided by the rafting companies.