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Travel Blogs from Llangefni
... on the beach. After a good nights sleep, and another full breakfast we strolled the one short block to the beach. It was a very long semi circle of stones bordering the Irish Sea, I me tend that this is the resort spot for Wales and you can see this here as the beach front was made up of guest houses, hotels and B&Bs. Strolled back to accomodation and left for our next stop which was at Friars Carse in Auldgirth near Dumfries in ...
... that a couple of people were prepared to claim that the £1 bus fare was the best value for money they'd had for some time!
Sunday morning was bright, but with plenty of showers around. After driving to Croesor, we walked (pretty slowly!) up the west ridge of Moelwyn Mawr, getting into the cloud near the top. As there looked to be a chance of the clag clearing, we had lunch just beyond the summit, in a sheltered spot. No clearance, but some ...
... Street. We went to the green, but it has been made into a car park for all day parking, so we didn't stop there because we only planned to stay a short while. We found a spot by the little beach, right opposite Raglan Street where we lived when we first moved there after the war. Glandwr was pretty much as I remembered it and was in quite good condition. We drove to Llanddona ...
... castle and worth a second look.
Moelfre is a small village with a memorial to Dic Evans a famous and highly decorated lifeboat coxswain. We might even have seen this, had there not been a confusing selection of diversions and no through roads which effectively closed off the whole village.
We gave up the struggle and headed on towards Parys Mountain.
Once again, as we arrived, most people were about to leave.
Undaunted, we marched up to ...
... spot and improve upon it rather than ruin it by developing it.
It is interesting, but just bizarre... and now in need of lick or two of paint.
There are more statues and follies than one can take in; great views out over the Traeth Bach Estuary and houses painted in patchwork pastels.
From there we headed to Porthmadog where we crossed a couple of the steam trains bound for Ffestiniog. This whole area ...