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Travel Blogs from Caernarfon
... the freedom that comes with travelling (even though we didnt make Scotland or the Outer Hebrides) and we hope that you have enjoyed following our adventures. To be honest the adventure is only just beginning for us and we are very excited about the future. We hope that some of you will be able to come and spend some time with us at Min y Don next year and hopefully see and experience the area and people that has rekindled our lust for life. ...
... by the weekend. we have been told that once its sited we can use it whenever we want and even though we dont start work until February its ours to use as we please. We keep asking each other if we are dreaming because it all seems too good to be true. As a celebration we are planning a trip to the Caribbean restaurant some time this week, watch this ...
... pass, but there seemed to be no end to the cloud cover! However, once we started going down the mountain again, it began clearing up, and we were left with some amazing views! It was easier to be able to look around as you are going down because you aren't as focused on where you are putting your feet and climbing as much. It was absolutely breathtaking!
The path that we took was next to the route that the Snowdon Mountain Railway takes. It is a train that goes up to ...
... a lot of courage to unglue myself from the tree and slowly make my way all the way across. I walked (more like shuffled) all the way across the log, which was about 20 feet across. In order to get back down, you then have to walk back to the middle and step off the log. First, you can do some balances and turns if you want. I did some balances before stepping off. The first time you step off is the hardest because you aren't sure what it is going to feel like, but ...
... Home, but to me it seems more like a castle. It was owned by the Pennant family, who made their fortune off of the slate quarries that are in the area as well as the Jamaican sugar trade. It has been said that many Welsh people did not and still do not like the family because they were building this massive home that was costing a fortune while the workers of the quarries were barely able to live, and most were starving to ...
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