Caer Beris Manor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... international teams, with their first game against New Zealand in 1907. Momentous victories were against the 1972 All Blacks and 1992 Wallabies (RWC holders at the time). Their victory over the All Blacks is held in such high regard, because the Welsh national team has never beaten New Zealand in over 100 years.
Though Swansea which is quite a large city with a port and lots of industry; it is a combination of new and old, nice and not so.We head further east ...
... roars of laughter. Then Aarons nan yelled, 'what you all laughing at, I'm not tight.' (tight as I learnt last night means drunk). As we continued our short walk, Aarons parents passed us in the car. on cue, Aarons nan said 'why didn't we get a lift?' the grandchildren broke into tears of laughter again.
all in all, great night with the Jones family. probably the last meal together till we return home next xmas. ...
... my stress levels have a reached a new high. Aaron has found out that he needs site visits for him to complete his course. With both of us unemployed now and have 5 days till D day, plan b is looking more likely. (yes I always have a plan b)
So me being organised I have already been looking up the cost of flights back from new Zealand. The one thing I want to achieve on this trip was to become more relaxed like ...
Our adventure starts here.
Aaron and I got married.We both had the best evening ever.
The night before a few of the bride's side met at the Indian, causing carnage with the amount of drinks being ordered and our endless addition to the food order. Not to mention adding extra tables so we ended up taking up the whole of the restaurant. which lead to the bride hitting her head repeatedly on the light. ...
... also strolled through some of the craft shops where there were some interesting sculptures. We then headed down the Wye Valley to Tintern Abbey. The Wye Valley is an Area of Outstanding Beauty and the scenery was very impressive. The abbey itself dates back to 1131 AD so it was an interesting ruin as well as being the subject of Wordsworth's poem. We also took the opportunity to have lunch at a cafe near the abbey. From Tintern Abbey we continued on to a ...