Black Boy Inn
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... and then walked back.
I was sad to leave this lovely site but the whole purpose for being in this area was to start walking the Welsh Coastal Footpath, so I needed to get to Porthmadog where I could pick up the path where I had left off last September. Since getting here I have walked about 25 miles on the coastal path and have mixed feelings about it as quite a lot has been beside busy main roads. Tomorrow I head for Abersoch which is ...
... such as camp circles and caves. As well, it was the site of Bronze Age copper mining, dating back 4000 years; which is the same age as Stonehenge". We also visited an old church named for Saint Tudno. The headland is limestone and there are places with limestone pavement much like we saw in the Chamonix area in France. Bracken, gorse and heather was everywhere, as well as wild goats grazing. The weather was very changeable with wind and rain at several points. We walked all ...
... their own that will last them the rest of their lives.
So, some funny things we've noticed about England:
1. There isn't a McDonald's (or Fast Food Restaurant) on every corner in every town.
2. (Related to #1) We don't see the propensity of obesity in the people around us.
3. There is NO censoring on the television!
4. Beans go with everything.
5. Tea is everywhere and served in every room. S**k it you coffee ...
Drove up to Aunty Ve's House in North Wales with Ems Dads and Jan. Had a nice pub lunch in The Ship Inn, Llanbedrog. The Weather was grey and wet.
Thursday The next day was much better so we had a lovely walk up over the top of the hill then down to the beach. Had a lovely lunch before driving back to ...
... not to look into it. At the summit cairn I couldn't stand against it so just leaned forward from below it to touch it. The wind had to be nearly 120 km per hour there. We then made our way down to the small rail line station near the top, which of course wasn't working today. We were hoping to ride it down the mountain.The small shelter at the train terminus was closed with five people huddling out of the wind in a little alcove. One young woman ...