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Travel Blogs from Barmouth
... the roads for the majority of
the way. We had a very close call with a
bus as we entered a small village and it took some inch by inch maneuvering to
get by. Wing mirrors still intact
As we arrived in Harlech where we are spending the night,
the Halech castle suddenly appeared before us as we rounded a bend and it
looked amazing. Our camp site is between
the castle and the beach and apparently the ...
... I really can't. All I can say is that it reminded me of how much I love nature and how grateful I am to have the capability to see it in that way. On our last day, we drove to Chepstow and visited Tintern Abbey and Chepstow Castle. Both were stunning and it was a great way to end our trip. I truly adored Wales and I enjoyed it so much more than I ever expected to. I was able to do some self-thought while there and it was really the exact dose of medicine that I needed ...
... shacks of Hove and walking The Lanes for hours on end peeping in the windows of all the quirky shops. And most excitingly, being in Brighton for the month of the Brighton Fringe. So of course Seeing yet another show, one that received rave reviews and awards at both the Edinburgh and Adelaide fringe. In fact, forget the Italian, I am more tempted by the prospect of a long term relationship with Brighton. Wales - Kathryn Wooh so Michaela forgot to explain the split. No. ...
Well quite uneventful.....however we did get a panic on when the motorhome sat nav says 4 hours to arrival. Unbeknown to us it works out driving like driving Miss Daisy. We did end up with a small chip in the windscreen.....oops. Anyway we now on ferry enjoying a lovely meal, and sofar crossing ...
... the help of any comedians so I think we were destined to failure again.
Upon arrival we saw Dave, Kirsten and Mick who we had befriended at the two previous festivals and they invited us to join their team in the comfy chairs. We were joined by Suzanne and Ted before the quiz got underway. Actually we made a pretty good start because the first round was called "Only the vowels" where the consonants were removed from the names of comedians and you had to work out ...