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Travel Blogs from Lampeter
I have this wall in my room back home, I call it my travel wall, that is full of pictures and posters of places I've been and places I want to go. My favorite portion are the black and white maps I have of The Unites States and of Europe. Whenever I visit a state, I color it in. My US map looks pretty with about 9 states colored in, but my European map is still black and white. Every now and then I picture the image of the blank map in my mind and think about ...
Here at Trinity St. David, there is a week where we celebrate returning to school and beginning a new semester. It's called Refreshers week. During this time, every student is expected to participate in the different themed events and drink a lot of alcohol. It's pretty similar to Homecoming in the states.
Here is how the schedule was laid out:
Saturday: Rugby Game (Wales v. Italy)
Didn't watch ...
... the rails we'd arranged last time. Olly and I got the lots of panels attached and....it looks good. A striking battle ship grey block bisecting the Rick Yard from the potting area. Dad's birthday was cause for much celebration and good feasting! We shared a divine meal at the Harbour Master in Aberaeron as the sea wall was violently pounded by the high spring tides! http://www.harbour-master.com/hotel-wal es/food-drink/
Not only was the structure of the castle beautiful, but the view from it was, too. It sat on top of a hill that overlooked the ocean and in the distance you could see farmland and the rest was water. No matter where I looked, I had a stunning view, and I could not help but take several pictures.
It was a great day and I'm glad I got to experience it with my roommates and the other international students!
... excited and started taking pictures. The pathway twisted and turned in different directions and had different points of interest along the way.
I passed an old shed and an abandoned house and started to get a little freaked out. I somewhat expected Leatherface to come running out with his chainsaw, but then I realized how ridiculous that thought was. Leatherface doesn't live in Wales, he lives in Texas.