You never can tell how long things will take at the locks, and Godstow seemed very busy with narrow boats. Stll, I was soon under the narrow and low Godstow bridge, although I felt the need to use the hooter to warn some swimmers planning to jump in from the bridge (crazy, if you ask me!).
King's lock came and went and I was soon preparing to head through Eynsham. I stopped off at the cruiser station and filled up with diesel, with a friendly chat to the folks there.
It was my intention to stop at Bablock Hythe for a rest and some tea, but there seem to be a gatherng of small ships there and I could tie up at all. I pushed on and found somewhere further upstream.