Brynafon Country House Hotel
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Today was the last day for the season that the Talyllyn Railway in Tywyn Wales was running. It was a definite "todo" on Tristan's list as this railway was essentially the inspiration for the Thomas the Tank Engine stories.
Was it meantioned that Jessamy had christened the car as "Chester"? We were all up early, had breakfast in the Bath hotel, packed bags into Chester and on the way by 8AM. The car navigation app said that it would take 4 hours to Tywyn and for Tristan;s sake we ...
Woke to dry day and clear skies. Good omen for a smooth crossing to Wales. Our last ferry crossing this year, Rosslare to Fishguard. Our last country - WALES. Even sailed ahead of schedule, after spending time to Facetime Mark and Fiona with the girls. So good to keep in touch. Girls can now say "Mama" and "Papa" to the right faces on the screen.
Arrived safe after very smooth crossing, at Fishguard, in three and a half hours.
This week, we did a road trip across Wales. Today we travel from Manchester to Aberystwyth Wales.
Beautiful Castles and participating in Remembrance (Veteran's) Day across Wales/UK.
... I did plug my shaver into the power strip, knowing that $20 Wal Mart product, in all likelihood, did not have the sophisticated converting hardware included in the Kindles, cell phones, computer and battery chargers. And, with accompanying sparks, ppfffffftttt . . . So I go to the English version of Walgreens and get me a 10 pound, AA battery- powered beard shaver. Problem solved.
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... or so ago). I also saw a new born lamb!!! Just before setting off from Borth I met a group of walkers who were doing the same route as me but in the opposite direction, I also met them half way through the walk and I was to meet them a few days later. Sixteen miles was a bit more than I would normally chose to walk but there was no choice. As I slogged back up the hill to the campsite at the end I felt extremely tired but felt I had really achieved something.