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... have they not heard of a working week. Wondered around the town for a bit, had some lunch at a fair trade cafe called Caffi lechyd Da, we were not impressed. The paninis were ok but mum's potato and cheese pie was a bowl of cheesy mash with a slice of tomato on top We then begun to drive back, stopping off at Ferryside, another little estuary side village. It consisted of ...
... golden sands and is called Cefn Sidan, there are 8 Wildlife trails with set routes plus beach walks, a natural parkland, a corsican pine forest and a conservation pond with bird hides. We had a lovely walk around the park, saw some very interesting trees and foliage, there were hundreds of butterflies and dragon flies. When we came over the dunes, we were met by the biggest beach any of us had ever seen, ...
... mining where children as young as 5 were put to work. In the evening Mum and Dad took Ris and I out for dinner to the locally popular Anthony's hotel, firstly it's not a hotel! It's a restaurant! And it's a little like sitting in someone's front room. It certainly had a local authentic feel and the men agreed served the best Welsh steak. I have begun to notice, the Welsh are in and out when it comes to going out for dinner, no messing ...
... really dodgy perfumes and chocolates, and have a very poor excuse for a tea room, these marred the trip slightly but the island itself is very pretty, tranquil and relaxing. The monastery is a very impressive white building with red tiles roofs and turrets, it towers over the village area on a bed of rock, its Swedish like in its design. St Peters church was very pretty and had some great modern stain ...
... as a society, you have to balance that against their somewhat weird religious activities like sacrificing a chicken to their Gods, then looking at its innards for a sign of future happenings. It's like they were operating at both ends of the cultural spectrum at the same time.
There are people dressed as Romans at the baths and I was speaking to a stonemason about his recent commission, and he asked me if I'd like a photo of him with my slave. My slave ...
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