Travel Blogs from Barmouth, United Kingdom

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Wales, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Wales

A travel blog entry by kyle-and-lisa

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Barmouth, Wales July 27   Day 7:Woke up late, but still managed to take a series of trains to Barmouth, Wales. Absolutely breath-taking scenery. Incredible coastal views. Also hilly with lots of free range cows and sheep. Walked around town ...

Return to Neverland, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Return to Neverland

A travel blog entry by rachelkw

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... seemed fairly safe. Steve, Vince and a new member of the BMC, Paul, picked me up and we drove down to within a few miles of Barmouth, where we met up with some others from the club. The route follows a track for a mile or so before heading vertically up a ...

Unfinished business at Rhayader Lakes, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Unfinished business at Rhayader Lakes

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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This was a day of unfinished business at Elan Village and those dams. The day was tightly structured; first get to Aberystwyth and take the A44 to the Devil's Bridge. Then take the mountain road to the dams whilst taking the pictures I should have done ...

Wicker Man, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Wicker Man

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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The fact I hadn't visited the beach for the entire duration of the trip was grinding on me and it needed fixing. Despite the fabulously looking warm sky it was absolutely freezing. As you can see the beach was packed with people in their winter woolies. ...

Stone to Barmouth, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Stone to Barmouth

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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Once Lavern had made her way back home it was time to load her up. I was a little bit concerned whether all my stuff would fit inside the boot. As big as it is litres wise it is low which means bulkier items won't fit. I was happily surprised and ...

Pystolcain, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Pystolcain

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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My last full day in Wales and it was going to be packed. A sturdy breakfast fry up set me up to complete the following mission: 1. Visit a small chapel in Llantwellgglelllg 2. Get petrol from Portmadog. 3. Go to Pystolcain. 4. Eat at Tony's 1. ...

Rainbows!, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Rainbows!

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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... rainbows than you could carry in a huge bin bag; if such a thing were possible.   Despite the encroaching ruin of Barmouth, one of its most attractive features is the Dolphin Fish and Chip restaurant. The batter is so fine, it looks and ...

Oct 05, 2012, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Oct 05, 2012

A travel blog entry by amnonyarom

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אנחנו עדיין מנסים לראות איך העברית בדבר ...

Barmouth, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Barmouth

A travel blog entry by dltuk

Family break with the Cartlidge ...

Great days in Bristol and Wales, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Great days in Bristol and Wales

A travel blog entry by andye10000

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... stunning wee villages. An hour wandering around town before we headed off for our big adventure of the day, a 170km drive up to Barmouth. The drive up was pretty cool, the GPS took us on an amazing drive - over mountains, through valleys, roads getting ...

Awning hell., Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Awning hell.

A travel blog entry by trampilot

Lunch at Cow Shed. More rain. No pants.   Today was very much a day of rest. No sleep again; more storms; and a spiky headache in the morning. A nice beef lunch at the cow shed was followed by a deserved nap in the afternoon. To cap the ...

Cwm Nantcol, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Cwm Nantcol

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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Gid and Gill were to join us today and our expectation of a TVR didn't arrive. Apparently some pillock had gone into their pride and joy. People like this should have their licences removed. Along with some limbs. They should be forced to sit in the ...

Homicide Hatchback, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Homicide Hatchback

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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Has anyone ever slept in an awning before? When my mum suggested it I had some horrible premonitions of freezing to death with the icy nose of a dog smudged to my face. Unfortunately none of this happened, though my sleep was considerably worse - though ...

Rest day., Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Rest day.

A travel blog entry by trampilot

A day of rain and my first shave of the holiday. A day of postcards to ensue; and then a walk into the village to post them.   In the evening we went to Tony's for yet another fantastic meal. He had decanted a Barolo at midday for us and ...

Welsh Leak, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Welsh Leak

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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A morning of painful jogging and a bunch of proper sausages was my pleasure. The latter, especially. There are so few butchers now which sell sausages that aren't close to the same size as one another. It's something we will miss when the EU bans them. ...

Top Gear Routes 3 and 13, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Top Gear Routes 3 and 13

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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Today was the Rhayader lake routes. Apparently I've been here before many years ago, but I can't remember when. The first route was to take th B4518 through to Elan Village and then drive around the lakes. However as it was such a beautiful day I'd ...

Out Today - 10/10/2010, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Out Today - 10/10/2010

A travel blog entry by bikertales

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... to play!! So its a nice fast blast up the A470 / A489 to Machynlleth from where we catch the lovely coast road ( A493 ) to Barmouth..which everyone loved .. with its fast twisty section,, flowing bends.. and the fab fab views of the sea on one side and ...

Cader Idris, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Cader Idris

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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Success! Only my second run in three weeks and aside from the gate opening ceremony; I completed my ordained circuit without stopping.   Mum and dad took me on a brief tour of Cader Idris. The photographs speak for themselves really. Milo ...

Top Gear Routes 5 and 8, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Top Gear Routes 5 and 8

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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Today's plan is to do two of the Top Gear Routes, get Megan her "green thing" from the Hawkshead at Betsw-y-coed and find that huge tower. In the evening Megan and Robin are joining us at the Cow Shed.   In a day of many enjoyable chores ...

Land of Our Fathers, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Land of Our Fathers

A travel blog entry by pfkahney

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A quote from a famous Welsh anthem, sung by massed choirs.  The Welsh are famous for their voices - think Richard Burton and opera singer Bryn Terfel. Barmouth nestles among the steep hills of Snowdonia on the estuary of the River Mawddach. ...

Barmouth, Wales, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Barmouth, Wales

A travel blog entry by dr.cummins

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We went to Barmouth because we know Charles Darwin went there with Sedgwick while an undergraduate at Cambridge. The Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences is named for him and is at Cambridge. Sedgwick built on Charles' love of geology and turned him from a ...

Pay the Ferry Man, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Pay the Ferry Man

A travel blog entry by geoffrhonda

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Little seadise village on the coast of Wales.  Loved our Ferry trip  to the other side of the ...

Llanberis Pass, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Llanberis Pass

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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... ; The rest of the day would be given over to LaVern. It was now her time to have her first expedition. Initially I went to Barmouth and cruised around the one way system. It very busy and I didn't fancy fighting over a parking space. So back up the ...

Barmouth, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Barmouth

A travel blog entry by dltuk

Day in Barmouth with Steve ...

Barmouth, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Barmouth

A travel blog entry by dltuk

Family break with the Cartlidge ...

Baked Alaska at Tony's. Real Alaska at the caravan, Barmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Baked Alaska at Tony's. Real Alaska at the caravan

A travel blog entry by trampilot

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  A day of rest if ever there was one. Very little was planned or achieved, although I did quite a lot of work with the pictures I'd taken the day before. The evening however was eagerly waited as Tony was once again our admired host. Firstly ...

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