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... trucks driving past, views overlooking a village, miss covered lake views and bridges over waterfalls and rock walls. A certain pine forest amazed us as, looking in, the foliage was so dense that there was no light reaching the ground, just pitch black. The tips of tall pine trees were violently swaying in gigantic arcs with the wind, and yet stood as still as soldiers when Anne produced her phone for a video. We both decided that our walk took us back ...
... our knowing, had been running parallel to us all the time. Following the road, we rounded a corner and were faced with the Swallow Falls Inn, a pub, with a hygiene rating of 3, the lowest we've seen so far. As we made our way down to Swallow Falls, we were faced with the disastrous discovery of a ticket turnstile, you had to pay £1.50 for entrance. We had no money, our wallets were back in the car. Helpless, we took the road back to Betws-y-Coed, and, whether the rain just started or ...
We arrived at our B&B in the afternoon. The drive was beautiful, with hills and valleys, cows and sheep. We are staying at another farm B&B. This one has 30 acres of sheep. Yeah! This B&B is a little different than the last two. The room is a little tight with minimal room for storing clothes. The bathroom is probably the same size as the bedroom though and it has a bathtub. Our hosts are nice, but short on conversation. This place just doesn't feel as welcoming as the ...
... snowfield. A slip without the rope would have meant a long slide and tumble into rocks. Safely down, we descended further until Devils Kitchen - a series of relentless steps down the steep mountain side. At this point in the day with very tired legs, a serenade of Disney songs were necessary.
We finally made it back along the road to the car, and to the cosy cottage for much needed rest!
Keen to do some more route bagging in preparation for our SPA we headed to Craig Caseg Fraith Isaf, which had lots of fairly short routes for our grades. We had a lovely sunny day and managed to get lots of routes done. After some lunch we moved on to Tryfan Bach, a nice big slab of rock taking 2 pitches to sail up. I think I placed 1 bit of gear up for the entire climb! It was so slabby you could pretty much just scramble up it hands and feet. Another good days climbing!