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... we stopped on the way to see a castle. It sits on a cliff edge and has a remarkably good view of the surrounds in all directions. Mostly a ruin now, it was still extensive enough to require some time to ramble around.
The views on the drive have been absolutely stunning (or at least, so Ben tells me – I only get glimpses when I’ve enough of a straight-away to look up from the road and on-coming traffic), and a good thing too ...
... Arlene, Carol and Rhe had regularly frequented near Aberystwyth Castle is now - closed. :(
As we face west, we had the sun right until sunset and a great view of the beach from our room. Great for people watching and listening to waves all night. All these people wandering down the promenade following our footsteps to - yes, Arlene knows - KICK THE BAR in true local fashion. The people of Aberystwyth did a great job restoring the waterfront walkway and ...
... where the tracks picked up again. totally done with tempting cows to kill me, we waited out the next train and took it in to town. it's not like I cheated..the last section was walking along a busy road with no shoulder.
the sea was awesome. the dog got ****** as I lost his only stick within 10 minutes of throwing it but forgave me when I got him a bone. they have Crunchie ice cream bars here. ...
I just had a run in with a pack of cows. shorthorns to be specific. they've been eyeing us jealously for the last 3 days as we walked past. they don't like that the dog is getting so much attention (stick) and finally decided to do something about it. one started trotting over while giving the imagonnagoreyou stare and the next thing I knew four more were moving to cut us off. it almost prompted me to run. but ...
... little breeze. We wandered the extensive machinery section for ages and then found the wood chopping section which had an event we had never seen before, that of pole climbing. It was fascinating and so we watched that for a while. The best young chaps got 30metres up the pole to ring the bell in 13 seconds! We were having afternoon tea at a table and I got chatting to some local ladies with 'stewardess' on their labels. When they knew we were from NZ they insisted ...