Best Western Aberavon Beach Hotel
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Picked up the rental car and Rhe practiced driving around Cardiff, inadvertently in circles, thanks to Tom (the GPS) and Joanne's lack of navigation skills. Finally got out of town and had a fun day driving around the beautiful hills in Pentyrch. Made our way to Newport and Caerleon looking for sites of burials and residences of Rhe's ancestors. Rhe did all the driving and Joanne the back-seat-driving/navigation.
Joanne was very impressed ...
More sand, question as to where to turn, oh my, we’re in the middle of a golf course!! Obviously lost, but Donnie asked two very helpful gentlemen walking through the course (on ladies day!) where the closest beer was and he directed us to the Pennard Golf Club house. Follow nearly buried white stones to club house, nearly get hit by golf ball.
Beer—Ahhh! And food. And washrooms.
Walk straight down ...
... She has a movie on The Gower Peninsula that would help us with any facts we would need to fake it. Apparently many do give up after a few days. Tempting, but we will soldier on. Actually, it never occurred to me that I could just say, “No, not doing it anymore” even though that’s what I had longed for yesterday for the first few hours of our walk.
We walked into The Mumbles (isn’t that a great name? It may come from the ...
... I think the word is magnificent and I am sure the Victorians would have called it sublime. We sat there for some time.....the cliffs just along from us looked like green linen folds of cloth, tumbling over an enormous table top. The greenery of the land falls straight into the sea here, no gap of stone & clay, land is in charge.
Amazingly we walked back, it took an hour of concerntrated effort, not much chat and sweat.....needless to say we slept well that night.
... and some signs have to be enormous! I can't begin to guess how to pronounce some of the words, many of which appear to be completely lacking vowels.
We found Wales's only whisky distillery at Penderyn, and Charlie just had to have a tasting, declaring the madeira single malt 'smooth and delicious'. A bottle has found its way into the motorhome, along with a bottle of 'Merlyn' Welsh ...