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... me, this is a sad castle because it had such great potential to be perfect for its purpose and yet never got to prove itself.
It is known as the history teacher's fantasy castle with its 13th century classic proportions and perfect symmetry - sigh!
An aside: We had forgotten how strong and dedicated the Welsh people are to their own Welsh language. Here, most signs are in English and Welsh with Welsh being first. You hear ...
... the town, before heading further up the coast to explore more of the island.
Tonight's Britstop is a very nice hotel/inn, where we have parked under a tree to get out of the heat and enjoyed a couple of quiet drinks. The bar opened at 6.30, and the boys were in such a hurry to get there (i.e. they couldn't wait for Jo and me) that by the time we got there, they had ordered 2 pints of Strongbow, thinking it was ...
... as the Carnie's headed for Caernarfon and we headed for Mt Snowdon. We were hoping to take the train ride to the top but it was booked up for the next three days. Initially we were really disappointed but we soon got over it as we had lunch beside the lake at Llanberis and then wandered through the Slate Museum which was absolutely ...
... US Worldcup Game. None of us are really soccer/sports fans but Mark
got into the game and everyone booed when Jacob and I gave up on the game
towards the end when the US was loosing. The rest of the 4th was then
spent playing Call of Duty with Jacob and Mark.
When not out exploring Bangor or stuffing my face with all
the food I am going to miss, been spending a lot of time with Jacob. He is one
of my best friends and its going to be hard to not see ...
... totally socked in on the Llamberis side. We eat lunch and rest before starting down. There’s a train station with a café and bathrooms which is a nice touch at the top but we’ve brought our lunch so we sit on the view side and enjoy.
Back down we take the Llamberis trail. It is almost like a dirt road, probably 8-10 feet wide. For a while we hike in the clouds but eventually get underneath. Again ...
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