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Travel Blogs from Aberystwyth
... me loved it because I got to trek through mud, climb over fences, and enjoy the peace of the great outdoors! However, the BEST part of my day was the run that I went on that evening. I run quite a bit and I have seen some beautiful places due to it but no where can even compare to Wales. I ran a little over eight miles along the river, under bridges, and through beautiful fields and I wish that I could come up with the right words to describe the high that it gave ...
... Nick Helms “One Man Mega Myth” (possibly the last ever performance of the show he has been touring for some time) coming up we felt in need of something, so we grabbed a tray of chips with hot chili sauce and garlic mayo from the Machynlleth kebab shop. We ate them whilst walking down to Y Plas which was surprisingly quiet given that a big show was about to start. Julie checked the programme and what we thought was a 10:30 start was actually due to being at 10 ...
... a mixed reception and finally by Rob Deering who, because he could not use the technology available in the Bowling Club did a rather different set to the one we’d seen a couple of hours earlier. At only a tenner per person the festival can’t have made any money on this but they will have got some pretty good publicity shots.
There were two other people who had 17:30 shows so we were given priority treatment and whisked back into Mach in the lead taxi (local ...
... safe’ bets and acts that we don’t know so much about and this was one of the latter. Yet again it was a late start which was a bit of a worry because we were suffering from the twin concerns of hunger and being late for the Comedy Showcase, but we soon forgot about that as this two piece launched into a series of songs with oodles of political and social comment that was delivered effectively and in a very engaging way. We came out ...
... when the kids were over 30 they should get married there in the cutest wedding chapel I have ever seen-kids not quite as impressed), re-explored our red rocky beach and surrounding coastal paths, and made a venture to the local town of Pembroke for lunch and more exploration. [I should mention that I did tell the kids they could swim. Keegan is the only one who really attempted the task!] The nearby town hosts another incredible castle and a great ...
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